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Conestoga River Nymphs

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One of these days I need to take pics of all the nymphs on the bottom of the rocks. Its amazing the shear amount and different types there are in that river.

Posted on: 2012/4/14 20:18
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Re: Conestoga River Nymphs
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Neat.
Some warm water rivers really have a diverse insect population. They look like a clinger mayfly nymph nearly ready to hatch. March Browns?

Posted on: 2012/4/14 20:30






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