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Stonefly? - Pteronarcys - female

Stonefly? - Pteronarcys - Female
Sharon, Windsor County, Vermont, USA
May 25, 2012
Size: ~5cm body
Near a pond and marsh with a tiny stream nearby.
Is this some kind of stonefly? It resembles this Pteronarcys:

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Stonefly? - Pteronarcys - female Stonefly? Head shot - Pteronarcys - female Stonefly? Side - Pteronarcys - female Stonefly? Rear - Pteronarcys - female

Moved from Stoneflies.

Going strictly by distribution, this almost has to be Pteronarcys prot*eus. This is a female. The key character is on the underside of the terminal abdominal segments. A good clear photo of that region would probably make a species ID possible.


No problem
Always glad to help.

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