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Photo#1025077
Heptageniidae? - Stenacron carolina

Heptageniidae? - Stenacron carolina
Orange County, Florida, USA
June 18, 2014

Moved
Moved from Stenacron.

Stenacron 4 sure
I am 100% comfortable calling this one a ( Stenacron carolina )

It has eyes wide spread, pronotum streaks, brown pale stripe above middle coxa, stigma stain wrapping over the apex of the wing, and yellow staining in each terga. + it has the typical 2 dots in the R1&R2 interspaces instead of the classic dash.


Mack.

Moved
Moved from Mayflies.

Stenacron
Hi Even-

Yes, I believe this male imago to be of genus Stenacron.

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