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Caddis Larvae 14.2.11.Anton Lakes

Observed: 2nd January 2007 By: Graeme
The Anton River Conservation Association
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Description:

Caddisfly found in the water flowing from the spring at the River Anton. Found using watercress for case. It was about 1.5cm long.Not sure if I got enough for someone to id? Found about 5 of them in one net sample, other were smaller

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

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lunatus/decipiens

It could well be either - L. lunatus definitely does occur in the south as well as decipiens. Looking at Ian Wallace's key, L. nigriceps is the one that also keys out with these species but is only known from further north.