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Unknown-Caddis Fly Possible? - Homophylax

Unknown-Caddis Fly Possible? - Homophylax
Mount Rainier National Park-Paradise Picnic Area, Pierce County, Washington, USA
August 11, 2012
At first I thought is was a moth, and then a lacewing. However now I think it may be a caddis fly.

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Unknown-Caddis Fly Possible? - Homophylax Unknown-Caddis Fly Possible? - Homophylax

thanks for the nice addition, gentlemen!
whenever you fail to find the taxon page to accommodate your pics please notify me directly or post a request on this forum (make sure to include pic ##)

Moved from Caddisflies.

 
Thanks for the tip.
By the way, I have what I beleive to be another Caddisfly on the ID request screen. Image number 690671. It looks completely different than this one.

Limnephilidae
one of the Homophylax

 
Thanks for the ID.
Is Homophylax in the bugguide? I cannot seem to find it.

 
I don't see it
I don't see Homophylax in the guide either. It should be in the Chilostigmini. I don't know if it is hard to add one or not. I don't do that stuff.

Moved for expert attention; you are correct
Moved from ID Request.

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