This is one of my most "artsy" insect pictures so far. The stonefly's feet look like jewel-topped spires or some kind of alien guard towers. The out-of-focus background is the underside of the thorax (Thorax: The thorax is the middle part of an insect's body, in between the abdomen and the head, and to which the legs and wings are attached.).
Isoperla (Stripetails and Yellow Stones) Stonefly Adult from Salmon Creek in New York
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