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Mayflies are found through much of the world where their presence is sometimes viewed as both evidence of the fleeting days of summer as well as the ephemeral and transitory nature of life. Spending most of their lives as aquatic nymphs the winged-adults famously emerge to spend a short period of time in the air and on the land before quickly dying away. While many mayfly species will live as adults for a day some last only a few minutes which necessitates a hasty courtship and mating in order to ensure another generation of Mayfly will be around to briefly witness another summer.
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