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what kind of caddisfly?

what kind of caddisfly?
Francisco, lake, stokes County, North Carolina, USA

Leptoceridae
This is one of the long-horned caddisflies. The very long antennae and the hairy oversize palps (those fuzzy things sticking forward on either side of the antennae) are traits of this family. It's possible that this is something in the genus Ceraclea, but it is difficult to determine anything beyond family from the photo.

 
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