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Old 05-18-2013, 07:07 AM
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Default need help with some bug terms...and anatomy differences

I'll try to help out here...I am sure others will have more input for you as well, but from what I have learned is that the Mayfly has 2 adult stages; the Dun (which is after emergence and before mating) and the Spinner (after mating and on it's way out). Dun wings are opaque, while the Spinner wings are transparent.

When you are tying the spinner wings, they are supposed to lay flat on the water
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