Troutnut.com Fly Fishing for Trout Home
User Password
or register.
Scientific name search:

> > Damselfly nymph Grindstone Lake Wisconsin

Dave_K has attached this picture to aid in identification. The message is below.
Shown Full Size
Dave_KJuly 1st, 2008, 8:32 pm
Posts: 6This little damselfly nymph hatched right in my hand. It took about 5 minutes.
GONZOJuly 1st, 2008, 9:26 pm
Site Editor
"Bear Swamp," PA

Posts: 1681
Sorry, Dave. I'm not good at Zygoptera. Unless someone is familiar enough with this genus/species that they can recognize it at a glance, it might require being able to see the labium and the lateral aspect of the gills (the things that fly fishers call "tails" on damselfly naiads).

Quick Reply

You have to be logged in to post on the forum. It's this easy:
Username:          Email:

Password:    Confirm Password:

I am at least 13 years old and agree to the rules.
Most Recent Posts
Re: Tellico Nymph
In Fly Tying by Coha (Wbranch replied)
Michigan's Ausable River System
In General Discussion by Oxbow
Re: Trico Spinner, as requested
In the Identify This! Board by Gutcutter (Wiflyfisher replied)
Re: Trico nymphs and emergers
In the Mayfly Genus Tricorythodes by Steamntrout (Martinlf replied)
Re: Holy Grail Caddis pupa
In Fly Tying by Coha (Wbranch replied)
Re: Centroptilum
In the Identify This! Board by Wbranch (Konchu replied)
Re: Jonathon's moving again...
In General Discussion by Jmd123 (Martinlf replied)
Re: Bald-Tailed Baetidae
In General Discussion by Dickybird (Konchu replied)
Re: 2 insect wing vein questions, and 1 on etymology
In General Discussion by Dickybird (Troutnut replied)
Re: Is this :-)
In Mystery Creek # 256 by SantaSa (Troutnut replied)