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The larvae of the water diving beetle are known as water-tigers because of their blood thirstiness, they are a spindle form grub...[with] mandibles used in holding prey, insects and butterflies series, circa 1900

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The larvae of the water diving beetle are known as water-tigers because of their blood thirstiness, they are a spindle form grub...[with] mandibles used in holding prey, insects and butterflies series, circa 1900

1900, approximate

Glass negatives

5 x 7

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Dickerson, Mary Cynthia, 1866-1923 (photographer), “The larvae of the water diving beetle are known as water-tigers because of their blood thirstiness, they are a spindle form grub...[with] mandibles used in holding prey, insects and butterflies series, circa 1900,” AMNH Research Library | Digital Special Collections, accessed April 6, 2020, https://lbry-web-007.amnh.org/digital/index.php/items/show/78797.