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Your insect is probably a stonefly

Stoneflies

Order: Plecoptera
Body length: 4 - 50mm
Species: World - 2000, UK - 54

Stoneflies are often found near rivers, lakes and bogs. Some adult stoneflies have no working mouthparts and live for less than two weeks living off the food reserves within their body.

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