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    Westside Yellow Sallies?



    I found these insects on a westside river that has been proclaimed "unfishable" due to its color. Are these actually Yellow Sallies? Sorry for the lousy focus.


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  1. ceviche
    Are these actually yellow sallies? I could use some help with the ID on what looks to be a westside stonefly of some sort. These and the other mayfly I saw were pulled out of a river that had been proclaimed "unfishable" by others due to the color of the water.
    #1 3-28-05 1:18am

    Scott Behn
    Looks like a yellow sally to me...I have been told that they are over here, just not as predominate as the dry side.
    #2 3-28-05 6:52am

    Teenage Entomologist

    Gotta love the pteronarcys.

    Looks like a specific species of a yellow sally, could be an immature golden stone nymph though.

    #3 1-31-14 5:36am




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