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A new species of Isoperla Banks (Plecoptera: Perlodidae) from the Appalachian mountains, Virginia & West Virginia. U.S.A.


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Another possibility: Isoperla transmarina (?)


Unfortunately...


Isoperla bilineata


not Isoperla?


Having second thoughts


Most likely a Isoperla holoch


Possibly an Isoperla of some


Isoperla holochlora


Moved


Moved


Lloyd Gonzales comment:


Isoperla bilineata


Perlodidae


probably Clioperla clio -- Lloyd Gonzales det.


Probably Isoperla dicala -- Lloyd Gonzales det.


Lloyd Gonzales: probably Isoperla


Don,


A close-up...


Isoperla montana


Well...


not Isoperla grammatica


Perlodidae: Isoperla?


Isoperla


Other stoneflies


Moved


Isoperla


Best guess


Isoperla marmorata


Probably Correct & Nice Work!


Perlodidae: Isoperla sp.


Isoperla dicala


Isoperla dicala


Moved


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Moved


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Isoperla n. sp. near similis


We thought you were going to suggest Isoperla


Isoperla?


Isoperla sp.


The post you refer to is a d


Sorry, you already had Isoper


Isoperla holochlora


Like Brady says, I would be c


Isoperla holochlora


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Something in Isoperla?


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Lloyd Gonzales comment:


Lloyd Gonzales comment:


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Isoperla orata


Moved


Isoperla montana


Moved


Isoperla holochlora


Lloyd Gonzales comment:


Lloyd Gonzales comment:


Lloyd Gonzales comment:


Lloyd Gonzales comment:


Lloyd's comment:


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Moved


Isoperla -- Lloyd Gonzales det.


Moved


Probably Isoperla dicala -- Lloyd Gonzales det.


Probably Isoperla signata -- Lloyd Gonzales det.


Probably Isoperla signata -- Lloyd Gonzales det.


Probably Isoperla signata -- Lloyd Gonzales det.


Perlesta sp. -- Lloyd Gonzales det.


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Perlesta sp. -- Lloyd Gonzales det.


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from Lloyd Gonzales:


Perlodidae, probably Isoperla similis -- Lloyd Gonzales det.


Perlodidae, probably Isoperla similis -- Lloyd Gonzales det.


Isoperla sp.


Moved


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Isoperla montana


Isoperla montana


Isoperla montana


Moved


Moved


Isoperla transmarina


Isoperla transmarina


could be


Isoperla n.sp.


Moved


Isoperla transmarina


White Nymph, nice example


Probably Perlodidae


Probably Perlodidae


Yes


Perlesta nitida


Moved


Isoperla namata


Perlodidae: Isoperla montana


Perlodidae


Perlesta (Perlidae)


Isoperla similis


Perlodidae


Looks like...


Moved


Moved


Isoperla namata


Isoperla namata


Perlodidae


John's right, this is a female stonefly


Isoperla sp.


Probably Isoperla


Isoperla sp.


Isoperla sp.


Isoperla sp.


Isoperla sp.


Isoperla sp.


Isoperla signata


Moved


Isoperla montana


Moved


Isoperla montana


Moved


Isoperla montana


Isoperla marlynia


Markings...


Isoperla sp.


Isoperla sp.


Isoperla sp.


Isoperla namata


Isoperla similis


Moved


Isoperla sp.


Isoperla


Perlodidae


Just


Probably Isoperla


a stonefly


Moved


Probably not Isoperla


Wow...


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Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Isoperla


One of


Timing seems OK...


Maybe


I think so


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If they


Great, Don!


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Lloyd: All I can


I think


Yellow Sally


Yellow Sally


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....


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a different species


Perlodidae; Isoperla similis


Isoperla sp.


No size


probably Isoperlinae: Isoperl


According to the


Isoperla grammatica


Perlodidae: Isoperla marlynia


Tony- Family: Perlodidae


Isoperla grammatica?