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Photo#604514
Little Black Caddisfly - Culoptila

Little Black Caddisfly - Culoptila
Las Vegas Wash within the Clark County Wetlands Park, Clark County, Nevada, USA
December 29, 2011

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Little Black Caddisfly - Culoptila Little Black Caddisfly - Culoptila

Moved
Moved from Caddisflies.

Culoptila
Determined to be Culoptila by dissection by Dave Ruiter. No page has been created for this genus yet.

 
great
Jason--
next time you see no page to accommodate your pics pls notify me directly or post a request on this forum (make sure to include pic ##)

I don't know
Jason
This one has me flummoxed - you have great pics of just the characters needed to stump me. I am pretty sure it is a glossosomatid female. Size may help alot on which genus. The meso/metanotal setal warts just don't seem to be like any I know from that part of the world. From the looks of it you may have kept it? Would you send it to me so I can look?

 
specimen
I can definitely send it to you, if you want to send me the shipping info, you can email me at jason.eckberg [at] snwa.com. If it helps the only Glossosomatid we have recorded so far in the area is Culoptila.

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