Hind tarsus. The second segment is longer than the first, ruling out the most obvious guess at this one's family (Nemouridae) and pointing instead to the correct ID of Taeniopterygidae.  Taenionema (Willowflies) Stonefly Nymph from Holder Creek in Washington
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Hind tarsus. The second segment is longer than the first, ruling out the most obvious guess at this one's family (Nemouridae) and pointing instead to the correct ID of Taeniopterygidae.
Taenionema (Willowflies) Stonefly Nymph from Holder Creek in Washington

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