From the reading I've done on them, I have discovered some interesting facts, or as I like to call them...
I love it when I find an insect that is new to me. The whole process of trying to i.d. it from my many handbooks, to the hours of "googling" that I do to learn all I can about my new little find. And then, finally, the sharing of what I've learned and the photos I took. If you'd like to learn more, visit the websites I've mentioned below, or better yet, get yourself a trusty little insect field guide.
Some stonefly websites that you may enjoy are:
http://www.troutnut.com/hatch/13/Insect-Plecoptera-Stoneflies (especially if you're a fisherman)
Two books that I used for factual information of the stonefly were:
1) The Discovery Channel's "Insects and Spiders", an Explore Your World Handbook (pg. 138)
2) Kaufman's "Field Guide to Insect of North America" by Eric R. Eaton and Kenn Kaufman (pg. 60)