From a kick sample the other day on the river Derwent in Derbyshire, UK.
Plenty of Baetis, stoneflies, Hydropsyche and Rhyacophilia plus Danica, but cant find out what the green bug is. Its about 2-3 cm long.
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Could be. There are thousands of species and they are very common.
Looks like a Cranefly larva to me.
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