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Mayfly - Leptophlebia - female

Mayfly - Leptophlebia - Female
Fort Bragg, Cumberland County, North Carolina, USA
April 1, 2006
In case you can't see it very well, it has three tails.

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Mayfly - Leptophlebia - female Mayfly - Leptophlebia - female

Moved
Moved from Leptophlebia imago.
Imago means adult. There is no such species as Leptophlebia imago.
Imago.
Do you know the size? Mine is ridulously small.

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Thanks Roger.

Leptophlebia
Lynette-

Your mayfly is a female Leptophlebia imago. Notice that the middle tail is of much smaller diameter, and also much shorter (although that can't really be seen in the photos), than the outer two.

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