Mark Melton

Active Member
The reason this one is called Rickera/Kogotus is because they can't be differentiated as nymphs only as adults. So in areas where both are they are referred to as Rickera/Kogotus. They're about 10-15 mm in length excluding the cerci and antennae. They're usually in the Russian River from late winter until mid-summer.

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