Decent size (14b or so), dark body. I saw 2 tails on it, one broke off before photo was taken. It's possible it had 3 tails. I may be able to check specimen to find out. Female (small eyes).
Small, olive body. Probably a baetidae, but can't tell for sure how many tails. I think I still have the specimen, will check on this.
Dirty yellow, some darker markings. Size 14 or 16?
Specimen very damaged, can't determine # of tails. Hind wing small, not minute. Male (can see claspers) imago size 22-24.
Size 24 or so, yellowish body. Tails broken, can't tell how many. Double interalary veins. Minute hind wings, sharp costal projection. Got really beat up. Looks like Baetidae from same area, similar dates.
Male. Specimen in poor condition, no tails visible.
Don't see any intercalary veins.Size 22 or so. 1 male, 1 female Dun.
1 female, 1 male dun.
3 tails. Hind wing w/costal projection, prominent vein. 1 male dun, 1 female dun.
Male, female duns.
Male spinners, male and female duns.
Male and Female. 2 tails. Minute hind wing. No costal projection. Possibly Acentrella, or Psuedocleoen
Male, female duns. 3 tails. 5 mm. Spike/point on hind wing.
Female dun. 3 tails. Question of wings obvious or minute. 5 mm
Female duns. 2 tails. Small.
Minute hind wings. 5 mm approx. Possibly Acentrella.
No hind wings. Small veins at wing edge not double. 6 or 7 mm ?
Middle tail shorter, skinnier.
2 tails. Thin, minute hind wing showing. Similar to others seen recently. Tan/cream color abdomen.