Fly Fishing
P. anoka nymph

These are very tiny mayflies, ranging from 4 to 6 mm, with their nymphs a little stockier than those of Baetis. They also differ from Baetis nymphs by having only two tails and lacking hind wing pads. Gills are single on all segments. Adults have one pair of wings, which possess paired marginal veinlets, and two tails.

Common Species

Pseudocloen anoka
Pseudocloen edmundsi


Swisher D and Richards C, 1971. Selective Trout. Crown Publishers, Inc.
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