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mayfly larva - Baetis tricaudatus - male

mayfly larva - Baetis tricaudatus - Male
Dixville, Coos County, New Hampshire, USA
March 24, 2009
Size: 5.5mm

Moved from Mayflies.

Based on the unmarked tails and the dorsal pattern, I'd guess that this is an immature male B. tricaudatus. (You can see the turbinate eyes developing on top of the head).

it is. One of the species you can catch through the winter, if you care to do so.


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