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Photo#1498027
Agraylea sp. - Agraylea multipunctata

Agraylea sp. - Agraylea multipunctata
Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec, Canada
August 2, 2017

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Agraylea sp. - Agraylea multipunctata Agraylea sp. - Agraylea multipunctata

Moved
Moved from Microcaddisflies.

Moved
Moved from Caddisflies.

why Agralea?
I still don't think you can determine hydroptilids to genus based on habitus pics.

 
I thought it was Agraylea gen
I thought it was Agraylea genus because of the great similarity with Agraylea's photos on Tom Murray's web page.

http://www.pbase.com/tmurray74/caddisflies_family_hydroptilidae

Now if you tell me that we can not identify the genus with certainty from these photos, you are the expert and I willingly accept your verdict. So it will be Hydroptilidae. Thank you for your comment and your help.

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