This genus has not received any credit in angling books I've read, but entomologist Jason Robinson writes on the Troutnut forum that Agapetus is a common trout stream genus.
31 species aren't included.
It is very easy for caddisflies to go unnoticed in the angling world, because they may be so easily mistaken for already well-known species by anglers with limited identification resources and tools.
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