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1 2 Unnamed spotting

Unnamed spotting

by AnnaWhipkeyIndiana, USA

stonefly, order Plecoptera

0 1 Stonefly


by Chris NeufeldTennessee, USA

Order Plecoptera

0 0 Unknown spotting

Unknown spotting

by Meredith.M.Belleville, Ontario, Canada

Unknown Plecoptera

1 5 Stonefly


by RiekoSNew York, USA

0 0 Stonefly


by LisaPowersTennessee, USA

0 0 Unknown spotting

Unknown spotting

by Kristi Persingpenna, USA

Stonefly, order Plecoptera

1 0 Stone Fly

Stone Fly

by cnippoldMinneapolis, Minnesota, USA

0 0 Stonefly


by RiekoSaitoNew York, USA

0 0 Stonefly (Nymph) - Steinfliege (Larve)

Stonefly (Nymph) - Steinfliege (Larve)

by Philipp KickingerGemeinde Obertraun, Oberösterreich, Austria

Steinfliegen Larve (

0 1 Stonefly


by lynne.warrenConnecticut, USA

this insect is almost 1/2" long

2 2 Stonefly


by MartinLVictoria, Australia

Plecoptera on Taraxacum. A slim ...

1 0 Erebid Moth

Erebid Moth

by AgnesAdiqueTalaveraLaguna, Philippines

Plecoptera sp (not to be confused with the ...

0 0 Unknown spotting

Unknown spotting

by andrew fOregon, USA

I think it's a stonefly? Order Plecoptera?

0 0 Plecoptera annexa

Plecoptera annexa

by Johan HeynsLesedi Local Municipality, Gauteng, South Africa

Attracted to the moth light

0 2 Stonefly Larvae

Stonefly Larvae

by eva_vargaCalifornia, USA

2 5 Stonefly


by beacantorVirginia, USA

About 2 inches long.

1 5 Stonefly Nymph

Stonefly Nymph

by JimJohnson2Pennsylvania, USA

0 0 Giant Stonefly

Giant Stonefly

Crozet, Virginia, USA

Big winged bug

0 0 Stoneflies


by ljburton23Moundsville, West Virginia, USA

0 0 Steinfliege


by FFHRheingauLorch (Rhein), Hessen, Germany

Steinfliegen-Larven ////////////// Stonefly larvae

1 0 Canadian Petrophila

Canadian Petrophila

by JakubkoNew York, USA

A small moth, in comparison to this yellow stonefly (

0 1 Stonefly


by Brett Minnesota, USA

I observed several of these emerge from the small holes in the ice in late ...

0 0 StoneFly


Charlottesville, Virginia, USA

It has small wings but I think it's difficult to use them.

1 0 Salmonfly


by jesloweryBillings, Montana, USA

Ventral view - underside.

1 0 Stonefly Exuviae

Stonefly Exuviae

by Christine Y.Connecticut, USA

Stonefly exuviae

2 0 Stoneflies


by RiekoSaitoNew York, USA

The Plecoptera are an order of insects, ...

0 2 Stonefly


by LuisStevensSan Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León, Mexico

About 4 cm long, yellow with black stripes and shining black wings

0 1 Stone Fly

Stone Fly

by Chris BurnsVermont, USA

Black body with light yellow legs

0 0 Stonefly


by Patrick EndresRochester Hills, Michigan, USA

I found this adult stonefly inside the Dairy Barn.

0 2 Stone fly

Stone fly

by ScottTaborNew York, USA

Larval stage

0 1 Stonefly nymphs

Stonefly nymphs

by MrJohnWilliamstown, Massachusetts, USA

Approximately an inch in length.

1 1 Unknown spotting

Unknown spotting

by GustavoMorejonPacto, Provincia de Pichincha, Ecuador

This insect is called "The forest fairy" and you can see it flying very slowly ...

6 0 Stonefly larva aka Salmonfly

Stonefly larva aka Salmonfly

by LisaPowersVirginia, USA

~7 cm long aquatic invertebrate with double tail, segmented abdomen, large ...

0 0 Stonefly larva

Stonefly larva

by dane.a.hepRockland, Idaho, USA

These invertebrates are found in uncontaminated streams. These insects need ...

4 6 Stoneflies (Mating)

Stoneflies (Mating)

by Christine Y.Connecticut, USA

Stoneflies exhibit unusual courting behavior. Males and females locate one ...

1 2 Giant stonefly

Giant stonefly

by JasonRyanCarlCook-StuderSaskatchewan, Canada

Length 5cm (not including antennae or tails).

0 6 Stonefly (Nymph)

Stonefly (Nymph)

by LuisStevensSan Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí, Mexico

It looks like a lifeless and empty shell, but I do not kow what it is. About 25 ...

1 0 Stonefly nymph

Stonefly nymph

Pennsylvania, USA

Large black and gold stonefly found in the riffles of the Manada Creek north of ...

0 0 Stonefly


by e s cCashiers, North Carolina, USA

Long body, six legs, two antenna, see-through wings

0 0 Stoneflies


by doreen.chambers.14Vermont, USA

2 1/2 inches. blackish with long antennae, wings folded flat over abdomen. ...

0 2 Stonefly


by ForestDragonUSA

Yellow insect with dark veining on the wings. Grayish markings on either side ...

5 0 Orange-striped stonefly

Orange-striped stonefly

by Daniel RowsonWales, United Kingdom

A stonefly nymph (Order: Plecoptera).

1 1 Stonefly


by Mark RidgwayVictoria, Australia

About 25mm long overall. Resting on a blade of ghania grass by the edge of a ...

1 2 Common Forestfly

Common Forestfly

by BugEricColorado Springs, Colorado, USA

Small insect, one of the first stoneflies of spring. Wings with distinct black ...

0 5 Stonefly sp

Stonefly sp

by KathleenMcEachernPort Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada

about 1 inch long, maybe longer.

2 0 Rainbow Trout

Rainbow Trout

by macrodipteryxArcata, California, USA

One of about 35 young trout found during fish survey portion of habitat quality ...

0 0 Stonefly


by stevelenz14Oregon, USA

Stoneflies have a generalised anatomy, with few specialised features. They have ...

0 0 Stonefly


by ChunXingWongTawau, Sabah, Malaysia

A species of yellow-colored Stone Fly. It was resting on the wooden floor when ...