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Help Identify

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This landed on me on Thursday while fishing the Lehigh. Help please I am by no means an expert on bugs.
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Posted on: 2012/3/10 13:38
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Re: Help Identify

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the position its in and the color and where you got it I would have to say Black Quill spinner.

Posted on: 2012/3/10 15:10
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Re: Help Identify

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Intresting, never even heard of a black quill. I think it is a dun though not a spinner.

Laughing at myself right now thinking I am disagreeing when I don't know crap lol

Posted on: 2012/3/10 16:18
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Re: Help Identify

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clear wings makes it a spinner...

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Posted on: 2012/3/10 16:47
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Re: Help Identify

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after going through a lot of info, Its not the black quill but a early B.W.O. FEMALE sorry, wings had me going and picture is tough to see.
black quill is in another week to 2 weeks yet..

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Posted on: 2012/3/10 17:06
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Re: Help Identify

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this is the male spinner, different from female;

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Posted on: 2012/3/10 17:10
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Re: Help Identify

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Well I guess your right. Thanks SF. Used to seeing the more greenish bodies to the baetis's.

Posted on: 2012/3/10 18:28
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Re: Help Identify

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Take better photos

Posted on: 2012/3/10 22:12
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Re: Help Identify

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Quote:

SBecker wrote:
Well I guess your right. Thanks SF. Used to seeing the more greenish bodies to the baetis's.


Many maflies will darken up when they hit the spinner stage. A lot will turn a rust brown after they molt to the spinners. Hence "rusty" spinner. They also have a clear wing as Sandfly said, compared to a "dun" which has a blue/gray wing.

My first guess was BWO spinner, but I'm in no means in the same league as Sandfly in Entomology.

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Re: Help Identify

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I concur. Not sure on the exact species, but Baetis genus fits best. Spinner. Part of the color confusion is that as anglers, we usually deal with duns in the Baetis genus, finding spinners is difficult.

What size was it? That'd lead to more confidence in the ID.

Posted on: 2012/3/12 8:13


Re: Help Identify

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I would say size 18.

Posted on: 2012/3/12 17:52
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Re: Help Identify

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That leads to a little more confidence in the ID.....

Posted on: 2012/3/13 7:39


Re: Help Identify

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Finding spinners is difficult because many of the Baetis Genus dive to the bottom and lay eggs on the stream bottom. But the spinners do work, I suppose the males drop on the water.

Posted on: 2012/3/23 17:58
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