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Photo#52249
Hexagenia limbata, Top View - Hexagenia

Hexagenia limbata, Top View - Hexagenia
Beverly Hills, Citrus County, Florida, USA
May 13, 2006
Size: over 30mm
Escorted from Sal's Italian Restaurant, where it had flown in and perched beside the specials board around 10:30 PM.

Given its size I'm pretty sure it's Hexagenia limbata. After viewing the guides here I think this is a subimago (wings look slightly cloudy to me in the side view), and I'm guessing this is a female since I see no penes, but I'm not sure. What I first thought might be an ovipositor is likely the vestigial tail filament.

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