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Photo#43544
Stonefly? No: Nigronia serricornis

Stonefly? No: Nigronia serricornis "Dark Fishfly" - Nigronia serricornis
Sharon, Windsor County, Vermont, USA
July 3, 2003
Size: ~2" head to wingtip
On a cattail by a small pond. There's something yellow on its chin -- egg?

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Stonefly? No: Nigronia serricornis Stonefly? No: Nigronia serricornis

Megaloptera: Corydalidae: Nigronia serricornis
Megaloptera is standardly recognized as a distinct order now. The only dark/blotchy species in New England is Nigronia serricornis.

Corydalidae?
Looks like something in family Corydalidae, sub-order Megaloptera, order Neuroptera.

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