Fred presents Prong-gilled Mayfly Nymphs.
Common name: Prong-gills
Featuring: Prong-gilled mayfly in its nymphal (water breathing) stage
Colour: Mottled dark brown/olive
Habitat: slower current in streams and found under rocks and plant material. Prefer clearer unpolluted rivers and streams.
Behaviour: Running on substructure or swimming, using their bodies, in short bursts.
General nymph form/shape: square (slightly rounded) heads, three long tails, leaf like gills on both sides of body.