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Yet another sonefly
Posted 15 June 2009 - 02:08 PM
the Blackfly I referred to may be a bug you heard of; "Mansonella Ozzard". What I found is what "Wikipedia Enclyclipedia" offered. These bugs[if they are the same as described] give you a stinging bite which produces a swollen area and very itchy for days. I'm still trying to get more info as the locale of bug does'nt add up in relation to my area, upper Delaware River [Pa. N.J.] I was bitten by them last summer and this spring, they are no joke. O.K. I'll be standing by,Tom. Anybody else reading this if you have input please jump in,Thanks.