- Jun 30, 2020
Those antennae are very distinctive. It's the males that have the 'big ones'. I think you've cracked it!
Any idea of the common name ? Is is a aquatic insect? If not what was it doing in a trout! It certainly looks like the one shown by the op
I'd go along with that, features on the antennae, large eyes, yellow upper forelimbs, dark upper rear rear limbs, black rear abdomen
That's amazing, and also amazing how humans have developed artificial flies over the years to represent that stuff from simple materials.Probably not got a common name. Not an aquatic insect. Like all terrestrials that get found in trouts' stomachs, it gets blown onto the water. Have a look at this lot...
I doubt there is an aquatic insect amongst them!