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Photo#99814
winged bug

winged bug
Eau Claire, Eau Claire County, Wisconsin, USA
March 24, 2007
I found this neat guy on a hike recently along a river, but have no clue what it is. It seemed friendly and happily crawled all over my hand and camera. It seemed to be very busy-always on the move (not handy for picture taking! he was not incredibly large but not small either-sorry, for once I did not have my ruler on me so no exact measurement. It was cloudy but warm (guessing in the 60 degree range. He was on the trail railing and kept bumping into minute little spiders-there is a spider in the one picture (any chance it can be id too?)which he seemed to rather avoid if possible.
I searched the winged insects here but didn't find this guy--purhaps I did not search diligently enough though. Your help is much appreciated--Bugguide is the greatest!

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winged bug winged bug

Moved
Moved from Stoneflies.

Taeniopterygidae
It is indeed, and not Taen*iopteryx but one of the other genera.

stonefly
plecoptera, not sure of the family; Taeniapterygidae maybe?

 
thank you
ah, yes! deffinitely Plecoptera. That helps alot-thank you!

 
moving to Plecoptera to await
moving to Plecoptera to await further ID.

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