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Entomology Basic entomology for the fly fisher to help identify insects that one might encounter on the stream or in a stillwater.

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Default Juvenile Damsels

While fishing Henry's Lake last weekend I was able to get some pics of several juvenile damsel nymphs. Three different nymphs, all were a different color.

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All taken with my point-and-shoot Pentax Optio W90.

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oustanding shots Kellythe first one is a beautiful green
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great pictures...did you find them on stems and stalks around the fringes?? or somewhere else...thanks for sharing the excellent pics...
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Incredibly clear shots Kelly!

They look like damsel candy.
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great pictures...did you find them on stems and stalks around the fringes?? or somewhere else...thanks for sharing the excellent pics...
I swept my net through some long weeds in about 8 feet of water. They were on the stems and leaves about 60 yards from shore.

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