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Closeup insects by
the West Fork of the Chippewa River
Female Ephemerellidae (Hendricksons, Sulphurs, PMDs, BWOs) Mayfly Spinner
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spinner was emerging unusually late, and on a warm stream. Since it's a female, identification is difficult. Her identical coloration suggests she's probably of the same species as
collected on a cool trout stream almost a month earlier.
July 28, 2005
West Fork of the Chippewa River
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