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Stone Fly

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Courtney Hackbarth

on 7 February 2014

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Transcript of Stone Fly

Mouth parts
Nymphs have mouths designed for chewing plant material
Adults lose ability after molting
Movement
Neutral
Geographic Range
North America
Metamorphosis
Incomplete
Plecoptera
Stone Fly
Habitat
Lots of stones
Fast moving rivers
Aquatic
Algae
Lose ability
Plant material
Other insects
Most people do not even notice stoneflies, unless they see a large swarm. Or, if you're a fly fisher, you like to use imitation stoneflies for bait.
Carnivore
Adaptations
Flattened bodies
Mouths
State Insect
None
Historical Significance
Used as models for imitation bait for fly fishers
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