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Old 05-23-2013, 09:12 PM
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Default Re: So, what do we have here?

How large were the May flies?

If those were big (like size 12 big) I'm thinking some sub genus of the March Brown. I never went too far into the full identification thing, but when we had flies like that in a size 12 I knew them as the March Brown. When they were the same size but with the darker body and wing they were known as the Grey Fox.

Or.............Larry is right
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