Can't find anything remotely like it in the books.
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Thanks David but the labial palps seem just too big for footmans as I had thought about them and can't find anything that has this reddish brown scaling.
Also the wings are held more in a roof shape than overlapping.
It's not somthing like a Caddisfly, is it? They have very long labial palps like this.
Edit: David just beat me to it!
My Flickr photos...
Similar image confirmed as Trichoptera on EoL http://eol.org/data_objects/16124144
A species called Chimarra marginata. The larvae make bag like seive nets to catch floating phyto-plankton carried in fast current. Especially common in lake exit water bodies.
Ian Wallace, UK Trichoptera Recording Scheme
You ought to add the ID, Ian, so that the species appears named on the iSpot carousel.
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