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Photo#401758
Large Fly type - Pteronarcys

Large Fly type - Pteronarcys
Grantsburg, Burnett County, Wisconsin, USA
May 27, 2010
Size: 2 inches or so
This one has me stumped. I cant even figure out what family. I am guessing this one hatched out of the water, area has many northern wetland types. size does not include antenna. Many thanks for any help on this one!

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Large Fly type - Pteronarcys Large Fly type - Pteronarcys

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Suggestion
Try looking through the Stoneflies, Order Plecoptera

 
Maybe one of the Giant Stoneflies
in the Family Pteronarcyidae:


 
Yes
I think you have the family. I did some searching on the net and cannot narrow down the species. Yet.
Thanks for the help so far!

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