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Long antennae bug

Long antennae bug
Harvard, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
June 10, 2005
The antennae are more than twice as long as the insect. What could it be? A moth maybe?

Caddisfly
Check out the Longhorned Caddisflies (Family Leptoceridae).

 
Longhorned Caddisfly
That's just what they are. The body said caddisfly to me, but the antennae threw me off. Thanks Richard.

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