Yellow-greenish body (some specimens that I did not catch were quite lime green. Don't know if these are different species). Slim, small (6-7 mm?). I notice a number of stoneflies have 3 dark dots on the head. This one did also, but the dots are connected via dark bands.
Small - size 16 or so body length. Yellow wings, body, black dots on head.
Resembles Rhabdiopteryx acuminata but that isn't here apparently.
Location: Europe > Portugal > Algarve
Date Photo Taken: March 29, 2009
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Several large stoneflies on the pavement on bridge (attracted to my headlights). Also lots of caddis and smaller flies around, didn't see any mayflies.
Very small, initially thought it was a small twig. Several flying around above a fast flowing section of stream . Also identified Leuctra nymphs in benthic samples a few days before at this location .
Birch forest along the Abiskojokka (river). Clear river with smooth rocky bottom. Close to delta on Torneträsk (lake) in Abisko NP.
Olive-yellow stonefly, commonly called Yellow Sally. Size 14 or 16 body.
Olive-yellow stonefly. Approxmately 9 mm body length.
23 June 2015
I’m on a road trip with John and Kendra Abbott. In addition to looking for odonates, they are also working on a new field guide to insects of North America. They are doing some black lighting at night as time and locations permit. I took advantage of the light box photo set ups they are using to take illustrative images of various insects, so I’ll post a few I took here. These were insects that were collected at a light at night, then photographed. The ID is to genus level here but all will be identified in the lab at a later time and I will add that information. If you know the species, feel free to add an ID. ID by Dr. John Abbott.