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Post by MisterT » 08 Jun 2012, 19:59

With “she who must be obeyed” otherwise occupied, it gave me a chance to use the camera and photograph some of the other insects attracted to the moth trap. Caddisfly make a good subject.

The identification of these three are work in progress because of Bill's endless enthusiasm.

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I believe this to be from the family Limnephilidea because of the dark spines on the legs.

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