Roger Weller, geology instructor
dragonfly nymph (mayfly?)-2
Specimen was identified by fossil dealer as a dragonfly nymph.
However, an entomology student has suggested that it is probably a
mayfly nymph because of the three filaments at the end of the body.
Photo is copyright free for non-commercial educational uses.
Just credit photo to R.Weller/Cochise College.
Fossil courtesy of Collin Mineral Company, Inc.
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Phoenix, AZ 85048-7835