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Species profile: Agraylea sexmaculata

Agraylea sexmaculata Curtis, 1834

Agraylea sexmaculata is one of 24 members of the Family Hydroptilidae found in Ireland, and one of two representatives of the genus, along with… 270 more words

Trichoptera

Species profile: Agraylea multipunctata

Agraylea multipunctata Curtis, 1834

Agraylea multipunctata is one of 24 members of the Family Hydroptilidae found in Ireland, and one of two representatives of the genus, along with… 268 more words

Trichoptera

Species profile: Ecnomus tenellus

Ecnomus tenellus (Rambur, 1842)

Ecnomus tenellus is only members of the Family Ecnomidae found in Ireland. This species can be found in still and sometimes slow-moving water of lakes and rivers. 213 more words

Trichoptera

Aren't you Mothly?

We have a new addition (to the website, I mean). Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it a moth? No, though it looks remarkably like the latter. 144 more words

Macro Photography

New caddisflies and moths from the Alps

Caddisflies (Trichoptera) and Lepidoptera (butterflies and moths) are closely related, and are considered to be so-called “sister groups”, put together under the superorder Amphiesmenoptera. Not only were today a day where new species were described from both of these orders, also did the new species come from the same area: the Alps. 230 more words

Lepidoptera