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This topic is about the Caddisfly Species Nectopsyche albida

This is the most prominent species of Nectopsyche in most northern states nationwide, and it earned the common name "White Miller" for the genus.

Because Nectopsyche albida is nocturnal, is a favorite of late-season night fishermen. Read more...

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EntomanJune 15th, 2014, 12:09 pm
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Northern CA & ID

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It is my understanding that wing maculation is quite distinctive and consistent in this genus thus allowing species identification using this character. This specimen has been at the genus level for many years and somehow slipped through the cracks.;)
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