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Ceraclea dissimilis

Observed: 6th September 2009 By: MickETalbotMickETalbot’s reputation in InvertebratesMickETalbot’s reputation in InvertebratesMickETalbot’s reputation in InvertebratesMickETalbot’s reputation in InvertebratesMickETalbot’s reputation in Invertebrates
Ceraclea dissimilis
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Mark at Magdalen's picture

Caddisflies

Something went wrong with my first reply - please read bellow

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This caddissfly could be

This caddissfly could be confused with a micro-moth but its body and wings are covered in hairs not the scales found in moths and butterflies.

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This caddissfly could be

Thanks Mark,
A major key in separating caddisflys from moths.

Also worthy of a mention: The Orders Trichoptera, and Lepidoptera both belong to the Superorder Amphiesmenoptera.