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Synonyms for caddis fly

small moth-like insect having two pairs of hairy membranous wings and aquatic larvae

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Studies conducted by the California Department of Fish and Game before the river improvements showed that caddis are the predominant aquatic insects trout eat.
BLUES: Kuszczak, Bernard, Robinson, Brown (Cooper, 75), Gleeson, Donaldson, Solomon-Otabor, Shinnie, Arthur, Morrison, Caddis.
BLUES (4-2-3-1): Randolph; Caddis, Morrison, Robinson, Grounds; Davis, Gleeson; Cotterill, Shinnie, Gray (Thomas 88); Donaldson (Zigic 83).
I had played in the last 16 of the Champions League and made a few appearances for the club I supported," said Ayrshire-born Caddis.
And Caddis said: "We're definitely good enough to win this league.
Caddis says fans constantly tell him he deserves more of a chance to shine in Mowbray's first team but that's scant consolation for lack of action on the pitch.
Caddis refuses to see the arrival of Glenn Looven as making it harder for him to become the top choice at right back.
THE CINNAMON AND LITTLE OLIVE CADDIS are both members of the family Hydropsychidae and are typical of the major caddisflies throughout the country They thrive in tailwaters like the Muskegon, despite the scouring effects of flow changes caused by hydroelectric dams.
A 'devastated' Paul Caddis at the final whistle on Tuesday night
Caddis recalled: "When you are 2-0 down with 15 minutes to go, there is obviously doubt in your mind.
PAUL CADDIS has already pictured Robbie Keane performing his trademark celebration in front of the Ibrox hoardes.
PAUL CADDIS made his Dundee United debut then revealed Gordon Strachan had sent him there for Celtic's sake.
Caddis has a firm grip on rightback berth As the need for victories grows, Caddis' place in the side becomes ever more unshakable.
PAUL CADDIS has warned the rest of the Championship Birmingham are ready to get back into the big time.
It's flag |day for Nikola Zigic and, below left, with fellow scorer Paul Caddis.