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This nighttime flash photograph shows a bunch of Ephoron mayflies flying around during the hatch. So many of them fly around with their dun shucks attached that it seems like they molt from the dun to spinner stage in mid-air. Actually they molt on streamside vegetation like other mayflies, but they sometimes take off to mate before they're completely finished.
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