Down the Rapids and Over the Falls

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• Down the Rapids – a survey of insect larvae adapted for surviving in fast-moving water, including mayflies, caddisflies, stoneflies, and water tigers (diving beetle larva).
• Over the Falls – living in the violent torrent of waterfalls are the larvae of blackflies, a fly larva with suckers, and the mysterious water penny.
• Stream Exploration Journal entries further examines the special adaptations of aquatic insect larvae for life in this extreme environment.

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