Troutnut.com Fly Fishing for Trout Home
User Password
or register.
Scientific name search:

> > Limnephiliidae???

Xavier_Carp has attached this picture to aid in identification. The message is below.
View Full SizeView Full Size (1.4X larger)
Xavier_CarpDecember 18th, 2008, 8:12 pm
Posts: 13Hi guys, this one is a caddis I think belon to the limnephiliidea family, any info abou it?
I'm starting to classify the bgs in my area, ecause there is no information available, thanks for your help.
TaxonDecember 18th, 2008, 8:38 pm
Site Editor
Mercer Island, WA

Posts: 1224
Xavier-

Rather than being of family Limnephilidae, I believe your larva to be one of the Trumpet-Net Caddisflies of family Polycentropodidae. Yes, some of them are green.
Roger Rohrbeck
www.FlyfishingEntomology.com

Quick Reply

You have to be logged in to post on the forum. It's this easy:
Username:          Email:

Password:    Confirm Password:

I am at least 13 years old and agree to the rules.
Most Recent Posts
Re: Best of the Forum--Most Useful and Informative Bug Threads
In General Discussion by Martinlf
Re: Brachycentrus Pupal Behavior
In General Discussion by PaulRoberts (Martinlf replied)
Re: Fly purchasing
In Gear Talk by Hal (Willy replied)
Re: A bit more history
In The Little Juniata River by Martinlf (Feathers5 replied)
Re: Penns Bugs
In Penn's Creek by Martinlf (Crepuscular replied)
Re: Sulphurs taste good.....
In General Discussion by AftonAngler (Jmd123 replied)
Re: Best dry fly line out there?
In Gear Talk by SwitchCaste (Martinlf replied)
Re: Best of the Forum - most interesting quotes list
In General Discussion by Troutnut (Martinlf replied)
Re: grannom caddis
In the Caddisfly Genus Brachycentrus by Goose (Martinlf replied)
Re: Site updates from November 30, 1999
In Site Updates by Troutnut (Martinlf replied)