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Subject: Help me identify
Location: 54° 55′ 59.99″ N, 2° 58′ 59.99″ W
May 29, 2016 5:50 am
Hi. When I was walking i found this what i believe to be a type of stonefly but couldn’t identify it. Could you please tell me what it is? The insect was with what i guess was it’s mate foraging for food. They were beside an estuary where they occasionally were flying off then returning. The insects averagely were about 7 cm within length. The Picture Should have sent with this e-mail, The Geographical location is estimated but i hope the location should help Thanks.
Signature: Yours Scincirley

Stonefly

Stonefly

We agree that this is a Stonefly in the order Plecoptera.  We have determined that your global coordinates are in the UK.  This appears to be a flightless species as the wings do not look long enough to allow flying.  Alas, we have been unable to locate any matching Stoneflies online.

What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination
Location: UK

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