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Photo#1482560
Plauditus ? - Baetisca

Plauditus ? - Baetisca
Dewittville, Quebec, Canada
June 30, 2017

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Plauditus ? - Baetisca Plauditus ? - Baetisca

Moved
Moved from Plauditus.

Baetisca
This is what Roger suggested to me in email. the hindwing is important as Plauditus lacks a hindwing.

Moved
Moved from Nixe inconspicua.

Plauditus sp
Plauditus sp

Hi Roger
I looked at samples on bold this aligns with plauditus. Alian just change the tittle. Me and Roger both likely id up 100 samples a week and both keep on learning.

Mack

Moved
Moved from Mayflies.

 
Super, a new species for me a
Super, a new species for me and for Quebec on BG. We are doing a great job together. Thank you.

 
Well said
Just hope I am doing as good of a job of identifying your mayflies as you a doing with photographing. :-)

 
No doubt in my mind ! Thanks
No doubt in my mind ! Thanks !

Nixe inconspicua
Hi Alain-

This female imago would not be of genus Plauditis, as it has normal sized hind wings, as opposed to being entirely absent hind wings. I believe it to be the Heptageniid, which would have a dark orange abdomen, were the ova still inside.

 
Thanks for your help. As usu
Thanks for your help. As usual your comment is very instructive.

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