Mayfly hatching....

"I believe this emerging insect to be a female subimago of genus Ephemera from England."

I didn't even know that. Thanks for the info, Roger! And thanks for sharing the video as well, Ron.
 

Bowbonehead

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Ahhh... we have an Entomologist in our ranks.......very helpful for ones like myself... I just call them fish bugs...good video Thank You
 

Bowbonehead

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I fish with a friend who is a Biologist and refers to most insects by their Latin names so when he asks what did a trout take I always reply fish bugs .... it drives him whacky
 

longputt

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I fish with a friend who is a Biologist and refers to most insects by their Latin names so when he asks what did a trout take I always reply fish bugs .... it drives him whacky
My biologist buddy calls me a lumper: All mayflies are mayflies; all stoneflies are stoneflies...I just "lump" them into something I can understand!
 

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