A warm winter and early spring in Jackson Hole has had an interesting affect on the hatching of the Mahoganies. The above photo shows the Mahogany in it’s winter time nymphal shuck.
Warm temperatures in the 60’s resulted in this Mahogany beginning to emerge a full six weeks ahead of schedule.
Fully emerged, this Mahogany was found crawling onto its trailer and will soon be found in its natural habitat on the banks of the Snake River. This species of giant Mahogany is only found in Jackson Hole.
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