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StreamWatch Reference Collection

  1. 1. !"#$%&#'() *+,-,(%,.%-+/%0-$/1231-4+ 5/./$/64/%7,88/49,6 (All photos by Bob Henricks unless otherwise noted.)
  2. 2. :1;<=/( >?+/2/$,?-/$1
  3. 3. Small Minnow Mayfly
  4. 4. Small Minnow Mayfly, lateral view
  5. 5. Brushlegged Mayfly
  6. 6. Brushlegged Mayfly, dorsal view (note hairy forelegs and meshed hair in tails)
  7. 7. Ameletid Mayfly
  8. 8. Ameletid mayfly, dorsal view
  9. 9. Flatheaded Mayfly
  10. 10. Flatheaded Mayfly, genus Epeorus (note two tails, not three)
  11. 11. Spiny Crawler Mayfly
  12. 12. Spiny Crawler gills
  13. 13. Spiny Crawler Mayfly, genus Drunella (note “muscular forearms”)
  14. 14. Little Stout Crawler, note triangular operculate gills
  15. 15. Small Squaregill Mayfly (note square operculate gills)
  16. 16. Pronggilled Mayfly
  17. 17. Common Burrower Mayfly
  18. 18. Armored Mayfly
  19. 19. 0-,6/<=/( *8/4,?-/$1
  20. 20. Common Stonefly, genus Paragnetina
  21. 21. Common Stonefly, genus Eccoptura
  22. 22. Common Stonefly, lateral gills (“hairy armpits”)
  23. 23. Perlodid Stonefly
  24. 24. Large Winter Stonefly, genus Taeniopteryx
  25. 25. Large Winter Stonefly, genus Strophopteryx
  26. 26. Small Winter Stonefly
  27. 27. Small Winter Stonefly, distinctive wingpads
  28. 28. Giant Stonefly
  29. 29. Giant Stonefly, thoracic gills
  30. 30. Green Stonefly
  31. 31. Nemourid Stonefly, note cervical gills
  32. 32. Roach-like Stonefly
  33. 33. Rolled-winged Stonefly
  34. 34. Rolled-winged Stonefly, photo by Rose Brown
  35. 35. 71@@=(<=/( A$=4+,?-/$1
  36. 36. Freeliving Caddisfly
  37. 37. Fingernet Caddisfly
  38. 38. Trumpetnet Caddisfly
  39. 39. Common Netspinner
  40. 40. Common Netspinner Pupa
  41. 41. Saddlecase Maker Caddisfly
  42. 42. Saddlecase Maker, out of case
  43. 43. Uenoid Caddisfly
  44. 44. Uenoid Caddisfly, out of case
  45. 45. Strong Casemaker Caddisfly
  46. 46. Micro Caddisfly
  47. 47. Lepidostomatid Caddisfly
  48. 48. Lepidostomatid Caddisfly, out of case
  49. 49. Humpless Caddis, Case Type A
  50. 50. Humpless Caddisfly, Case Type B
  51. 51. Humpless Caddisfly, Case Type C
  52. 52. Giant Casemaker Caddisfly (live), photo by Rose Brown
  53. 53. Giant Casemaker Caddisfly, preserved
  54. 54. Giant Casemaker Caddisfly, head (note abdominal gills)
  55. 55. Northern Casemaker, Case Type A
  56. 56. Northern Casemaker, out of case
  57. 57. Northern Casemaker, Case Type B
  58. 58. Northern Casemaker, Case Type C
  59. 59. Longhorned Casemaker, Case Type A
  60. 60. Longhorned Casemaker, Case Type B
  61. 61. Longhorned Caddisfly, out of case
  62. 62. B$1',6<=/(%16@%B12(/8<=/( "@,61-1
  63. 63. Clubtail Dragonfly
  64. 64. Darner Dragonfly
  65. 65. Darner Dragonfly, labrum (ventral view)
  66. 66. Spiked-Tail Dragonfly
  67. 67. Emerald Dragonfly (Skimmer)
  68. 68. Broadwinged Damselfly (live), photo by Rose Brown
  69. 69. Broadwinged Damselfly (preserved)
  70. 70. Narrowwinged Damselfly
  71. 71. C/88'$122=-/(%16@%D8@/$<=/( 7,$;@18=@1/%16@%0=18=@1/
  72. 72. Hellgrammite (live)
  73. 73. Baby Hellgrammite
  74. 74. Alderfly
  75. 75. DE#194%&//-8/( 7,8/,?-/$1
  76. 76. Water Penny, dorsal view
  77. 77. Water Penny, ventral view
  78. 78. Long-toed Beetle (Dryopid) adult
  79. 79. Riffle Beetle, adult
  80. 80. Riffle Beetle larva (note operculum)
  81. 81. Ptilodactylidae larva (note: no operculum, gills exposed)
  82. 82. Water Scavenger Beetle, Type A
  83. 83. Water Scavenger Beetle, Type B
  84. 84. Predaceous Diving Beetle
  85. 85. Whirligig Beetle
  86. 86. A$#/%F8=/( B=?-/$1
  87. 87. Midge (note front and back prolegs)
  88. 88. Midge pupa
  89. 89. Hatching Midge
  90. 90. Dixid Midge
  91. 91. Netwinged Midges, dorsal and ventral views
  92. 92. Biting Midge, Type A
  93. 93. Biting Midge, head (no prolegs)
  94. 94. Biting Midge, Type B
  95. 95. Black Fly
  96. 96. Black Fly head, dorsal view
  97. 97. Black Fly pupa
  98. 98. Dance Fly
  99. 99. Horse/Deer Fly larva
  100. 100. Primitive Crane Fly
  101. 101. Crane Fly
  102. 102. Soldier Fly, photo by Rose Brown
  103. 103. *;$18=@%:,-+ G"$@/$%H/?=@,?-/$1I *;$18=@1/
  104. 104. Pyralid Moth
  105. 105. 7$#(-14/16( B/41?,@1J%D2?+=?,@1J%K(,?,@1
  106. 106. Crayfish in tray, photo by Rose Brown
  107. 107. Scud
  108. 108. Sowbug, side view
  109. 109. Sowbug, dorsal view
  110. 110. 061=8(%16@%7812( L1(-$,?,@1
  111. 111. Snails (Hydrobiid, Physid, Pleurocerid)
  112. 112. Physid snail (lunged)
  113. 113. Planorbid snail (lunged)
  114. 114. Hydrobiid snails (gilled)
  115. 115. Pleurocerid snail (gilled)
  116. 116. Asian clam
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