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If you get a chance check out the article on Europe's largest Mayfly in the May issue of National Geographic: pg. 72. serveral beautiful immages of a mayfly life cycle. if you do.. don't miss the picture near the back of the magazine with the photographer/biologist. it gives you a great perspective on the size of these mayflies. these are big mays.
 

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There are some absolutely beautiful pictures in there. Kind of reminds me of the Hexagenia mayflies on Lake Erie in Michigan, the first time I saw it I thought it was snowing with all the white bugs on the ground. I hear in a small town on the lake itself, they have to use a bulldozer to clear the streets. Almost went over there to check that out, but the roads were too slick :thumb

For those of you without a subscription to National Geographic or are too lazy to go to the book store, check out http://magma.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/0305/feature3/index.html not good for photos but you can still get a taste of the article.

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