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Photo#264484
Mayfly - Siphloplecton

Mayfly - Siphloplecton
Dummer, Coos County, New Hampshire, USA
April 7, 2009
Size: 16.5mm
When this was in the net, it wriggled around like a small fish.

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Mayfly - Siphloplecton Mayfly - Siphloplecton

Moved
Moved from Siphlonurus.

Moved

Moved
Moved from Siphloplecton.

Moved
Moved from Siphlonurus.

Moved
Moved from Mayflies.

Probably Callibaetis
like your other specimen

 
large size...
and short antennae seem to suggest Siphlonurus.

 
Thanks
supports my initial suspicions but wasn't sure as I couldn't see much of the gills in the first pic.

 
Sorry to play yo-yo with this one...
but the bifid claw on the foreleg in Tom's new photo would seem to indicate that Siphloplecton was probably the correct move.

 
Yup
I just saw it after reinspecting the 2nd picture..moving it back...

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