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The wing shape and the fact that light is coming through the translucent wings probably do mean this is flavicornis. I wonder what 'flavi' refers to in relation to the antennae?
"Flavus" is Latin for "yellow", so this must refer to yellow-ness. The antennae are certainly a yellowish colour (like the whole insect), but I'm not really sure that that is particularly distinctive.
Thanks for that Donald re the flavicornis meaning. That is a superb photo, I think it must be flavicornis, it certainly fits the bill.
Thanks, Cathal, for the kind words.
I've always liked Trichoptera, but never had any tools to work on them. The new Trichoptera guide is helping a great deal
How new is the guide Donald? My one which is very good is from 2008, its Barnard and Ross, I think you mentioned your guide was by the same people.
Thankyou Donald, that looks like an essential piece of kit there, ordering one now!
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