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Stonefly - Paranemoura

Stonefly - Paranemoura
Robert Frost Trail, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
May 16, 2005
Size: ~10 mm
An additional shot illustrating the wing-veination more clearly. (for Kerry:)

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Moved from Stoneflies. Thanks Don!

Nemouridae: Paranemoura sp.
Adult Para. perfecta are frequent right now, and could well be that species.

Nemoura sp?
I browsed my copy of Peterson's (1), which has many illustrations of wing veination for each family, and I wonder if this is a Spring Stonefly? A quick internet search found this entry which also matched quite nicely.

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