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Mar
09

Damsel Fly ‘nymph’ de Argentina

Damsel Fly w/ Bead Chain Eyes de BrownTroutArgentina

Damsel Fly w/ Bead Chain Eyes de BrownTroutArgentina

Trucha Marrón a la Argentina, lo siento, pero su fotografía recortada. Espero que sea bien.
I like this pattern because of the Ostrich Herl tail (check out my The Orb Callibaetis Emerger too) and the dubbed sgraggily abdomen/thorax as well. This fly was shown along with an article about the Rio Grande de San Luis in the Valley of Pancanta. I mention this only in that if the pattern is fished in a stream the tumbling of the fly would be expected. I wonder if in a stillwater-lago if the bead chain eyes would cause the fly to flip over and ride point up? Not necessarily a bad thing….just wondering. 

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