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Sigara Water Boatman Adult Pictures

 Every picture of this specimen was taken with my old camera through a microscope.

This water boatman was collected from Fall Creek on November 15th, 2004 and added to Troutnut.com on April 12th, 2006.

I really like this view through the microscope of a water boatman's mouth and metallic-looking compound eyes.  Sigara Water Boatman Adult from Fall Creek in New York
I really like this view through the microscope of a water boatman's mouth and metallic-looking compound eyes (
The compound eyes of a male Isonychia bicolor mayfly spinner.
The compound eyes of a male Isonychia bicolor mayfly spinner.
Compound eye: The eyes of many arthropods, including insects and crustaceans, are composed of anywhere from 12 to 1,000 facets called ommatidia. These are called compound eyes.
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Posted by DMM on Aug 2, 2007
Last reply on Aug 3, 2007 by Konchu
All of your boatmen seem to be Sigara.
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