A large number of photos from the microscope allowed a fairly confident ID on this one, which not coincidentally matches very well a previous specimen of Suwallia pallidula that I collected in Washington.
This stonefly was collected from Mystery Creek #237 on August 1st, 2020 and added to Troutnut.com on August 18th, 2020.
Dorsal view of the preserved specimen with wings removed.
Hind wing. Note the folded anal area, which is key to identifying this species, actually folded around underneath the rest of the wing in this view (you can see the setae sticking off it).
Ventral view of terminal abdominal segments.
Dorsal view of terminal abdominal segments.
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