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Photo#532849
Stonefly - Corydalus cornutus - female

Stonefly - Corydalus cornutus - Female
Bainbridge, Chenango County, New York, USA
June 21, 2011
Size: # to 4 inches long
I have never seen a Stonefly like this. Truly a pre-historic, Sci-fi looking creature! Does anyone know it's name and distribution?? Thanks!

Wow!
Never seen one. Pretty cool!

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Stonefly
Thanks to all fo you for your quick response and helpful comments! Glad I didn't try to handle this one!

dobsonfly
this is a female eastern dobsonfly (Corydalyis cornutus). they can give a pretty bad pinch when handled.

metrioptera's right...
...but needs to fix the thumb tag so you can see the image he/she wanted to reference :)


Female Dobsonfly?

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