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Mayfly’s…

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I am currently catching and photographing mayfly’s in the studio, this is one from today that I believe is a ‘Lake olive Dun’ although I am not 100% sure, if you think otherwise I would like to know what it is. I will be posting images of different mayfly’s every couple of days now and need help identifying them, so please help! I hope you like the coming photos. Have a great sunday…

3 responses

  1. Dave Taylor

    Hi Barry,

    The two tails and absence of hindwings narrows it down to 3 possibilities (Pond Olive, Lake Olive or Pale Evening Dun). The distinctive browninsh-yellow leading edge to the forewings is characteristic of the female sub-imago (dun) of the Pond Olive (Cloeon dipterum).

    Regards, Dave

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    June 12, 2016 at 6:34 pm

    • Yeah I think you are right Dave, a pond or lake olive Dun, Thanks.

      June 12, 2016 at 6:42 pm

  2. Jhoram Dilk

    Don’t know, but I have several hanging around.

    June 12, 2016 at 7:18 pm

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