There are a total of 4 North American Mayflies in the Insect Identification database. Entries are listed below in alphabetical order.
Burrowing Mayfly Identifying Colors: yellow, brown, black, white Due to their sensitivity to pollution in the early stages of life, the presence of Burrowing Mayflies has long been used as a... READ MORE
Coffinfly Identifying Colors: white, black, gray At first glance, the Coffinfly appears physically similar to its other Mayfly relatives. A long abdomen is tipped with long ... READ MORE
Giant Mayfly Identifying Colors: yellow, brown Giant Mayflies are common in the Eastern United States and can appear in large quantities in the summer months. They represen... READ MORE
Small Minnow Mayfly Identifying Colors: white, brown, gray Small Minnow Mayflies are a favorite among trout. The fish gobble the Mayflies up in the process of surfacing. Because of th... READ MORE
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