Bloodworm are the bright red aquatic larva of a non-biting midge, the blood of which contains haemoglobin that allows it to live in poorly oxygenated water. Larva are bright-red, large,and live in loose mud on the stream bottoms. Head is small compared to body, top of head typically with dark area. Can be up to 16 mm in length.

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