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Baetisca rogersi

Baetisca rogersi
Eglin AFB - Milligan Creek, Okaloosa County, Florida, USA
March 13, 2023
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"Lateral spines relatively broad, length subequal to less than twice maximum width at base; abdominal sternites VII-IX each with a pair of brownish black spots." From Pescador & Richard, 2004

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Baetisca rogersi
Hi Joe-

Yes, based on examination of the extremely detailed nymphal illustrations of the various Baetisca species from my copy of the book, The Mayflies Of Florida (Revised Edition) by Lewis Berner and Manuel L. Pescador, and comparison of those illustrations to your above images, I believe your images to be Baetisca rogersi.

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