At night, when I’m trying to photograph moths, I sometimes find other insects like this Caddisfly that are attracted to the light. It landed on a window and this photo was taken with flash. The reflection is quite sharp but the actual insect is the one on the left. The website BugGuide.net says there are over 1350 species of Caddisflies in North America. Many of them are so similar that it is very difficult to identify them from a photo. I had a Caddisfly expert offer to identify my specimens if I would capture them and send them to him. That was a very nice offer, but I think I’m going to be happy just calling them Caddisflies.