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Stonefly - Perlesta

Stonefly - Perlesta
Sand Springs, Osage County, Oklahoma, USA
May 21, 2007
Size: 5/8"
Is this some sort of Ichneumon or Braconid or something else ? Please help with ID.

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Stonefly - Perlesta Stonefly - Perlesta

Moved from Perlesta placida.

Moved from Isoperla.

Should be moved...
to Perlesta.


Moved from Stoneflies.

not Isoperla grammatica
There's 60 Isoperla species listed at but grammatica isn't one of them.

So are you saying the actual name Isoperla grammatica is wrong ?
I didn't create the page. It appears Tom Murray did.

Moved from Stoneflies.

It looks like a Stonefly in t
It looks like a Stonefly in the order Plecoptera. Sorry I can't help much more than that.

I agree totally with Stephen, and can't get you to family, either! Sorry. I know we have someone here who is an aquatic entomologist....

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