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Cool Aquatic Insect Photos!

If you want to check out some other really cool photos of aquatic insects go to Jason Neuswanger's website, Troutnut (www.troutnut.com).  This is a great site to read the thoughts of bug guys who really know their stuff, or to take specimens (or post photographs) that you collect and try to identify them.  And, if I may be so bold, my book with Charlie Meck, the Pocketguide to Pennsylvania Hatches has some really good information in it too.

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