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Photo#310411
Type of fly? - Cloeon dipterum

Type of fly? - Cloeon dipterum
Brighton, Livingston County, Michigan, USA
July 26, 2009
not sure what this is

Moved
Moved from Cloeon.

Moved
Moved from Mayflies.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Not a Fly
It's a Mayfly. It reminds me of one that I posted this spring but wait for an expert. Look here: http://bugguide.net/node/view/206197

 
Nice call
Female Cloeon dipterum imagos can be really striking. One of the many fascinating things about these mayflies is that their resting posture is remarkably consistent: wings slanted back, abdominal tip raised, and cerci depressed.

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