Other black-light visitors

These large mayflies were decorating my black-lighting sheet well into the day, even the birds were reluctant to pick them off.  I’m thinking Hexagenia sp.?

(photos from when I was in the Adirondacks)

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Posted on July 7, 2011, in Ephemeroptera, Invertebrates. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Aaaah I miss these! Idk if the ones I’ve seen come to lights upstate are Hexagenia spp. since mine are smaller. How’d get them on your fingers like that? That’s awesome. I must try this. =)

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