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    1. Bugthrower

      Willits
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  1. SG
    Pretty semiliar to the Ephemerella Vulgata we have in swedish waters!
    #1 1-30-04 2:28pm

    creekx

    spent spinner
    Nice photos Bugthrower. This one looks like an epeorus or rhithrogena spinner. PMD's have 3 short tails, and relatively stubby bodies.
    #2 2-16-04 5:57pm

    Bugthrower

    Willits
    Hmm,this is an Ephemerella ,,,,, or so I thought. Guess thats not a PMD, It is a size 18 or so , so your Guesses are out creekx.
    I'm all confused now, all my bug ID books are in storage.
    #3 2-23-04 4:18am

    creekx

    spent spinner
    Yah, I think #18 is too small for epeorus or rhithros...hmmm...
    Great photos. Are you shooting film with a macro lens?
    #4 3-4-04 1:02am

    Bugthrower

    Willits
    Yes, most of the macro images were taken with film, lens was a 100mm f/4. Hand held images were all on ASA 400 Provia, Tripod images all Velvia. Switched to Digital SLR last summer, still trying to figure it out.
    #5 3-4-04 2:16am

    creekx

    spent spinner
    I switched to digital (Nikon 995) a few years ago, so my Nikon SLR and several lenses are collecting dust. My brother bought bought a Nikon D-1 (digital SLR.) The thought of toting several thousand$$ worth of camera gear while wade fishing just doesn't work for me.


    The point and shoot gig is too easy - I was a much better photographer with film.
    #6 3-4-04 9:12pm




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