Ephemeroptera

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Fig. 150 Ephemeroptera . Ephemera sp.

Ephemeroptera

an order of the class Insecta, containing the mayflies. They are EXOPTERGYOTES, and spend the great majority of their life in the nymphal stage and only a few minutes or hours in the nonfeeding, adult stage.
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Inspired by a flying paper model, Mayfly was built out of hoops of high-tensile steel tubing - much more efficient than the conventional wood and wire bracing of the time.
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Lake Talquin has periodic mayfly hatches that are well worth fishing.
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