Tinodes waeneri

Description

Length 5 to 9 mm. A light reddish brown caddis with very distinct veins. Hindwing narrow with front edge slightly cut away towards the tip.

Identification difficulty
Habitat

To be found around streams, lakes, pools and rivers, but can also be attracted to light.

When to see it

May to September.

Life History

Breeds in lakes, pools and rivers.

UK Status

Widespread and quite common in Britain.

VC55 Status

Fairly frequent in Leicestershire and Rutland.

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Species profile

Species group:
Caddisflies
Kingdom:
Animalia
Order:
Trichoptera
Family:
Psychomyiidae
Records on NatureSpot:
83
First record:
02/06/2011 (Calow, Graham)
Last record:
16/09/2023 (Graves, Hazel)

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