Trichoptera

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cascadae, mayflies (particularly Heptageniidae) were unimportant in the diet, whereas caddis flies of the family Philopotamidae accounted for approximately 30% of total volume.
The AuSable's waters, clean and pure, were flowing past, not yet with any sign of the hex fly floating on top, although lesser mayflies and caddis flies were beginning to appear.
Damsel and dragon flies skimmed over the water and caddis flies dragged their stony homes behind them in the mill stream.
When I was a lad fishing burns for tiddlers - a half pounder was a whopper - caddis flies produced many a trout for me.
The digs: When the family-owned Resort at Paws Up opened in 2005 in the Blackfoot Valley 30 miles east of Missoula, Montana, a new word entered the well-heeled adventurer's lexicon--"glamping." Atthe resort's Tent City, roughing it means canvas-walled platform tents with oil paintings hanging above king-size feather beds surrounded by plush pile rugs; terrycloth robes as fluffy as Big Sky Country clouds; elk-antler bedside lamps; turndown service with caddis flies for fishing in lieu of chocolates; private bathrooms with steam showers and heated slate floors in an adjacent bathhouse; in-tent spa treatments and much-needed massages.
It's a Sam missile: Georgios Samaras rises to head home the winner yesterday that moves the Hoops to the top of the league and, main pic, he celebrates with Barry Robson; Caddis flies in: Hoops kid Paul makes a saving tackle to deny Lee Miller and gets a pat on the back from relieved Artur Boruc (inset); Nak that: Nakamura holds off Alan Maybury; May dance: McGeady chases after Maybury
As youngsters pore over colorful drawings that include bacteria, algae, caddis flies, and shrimp, their narrator offers sound effects to explain the depicted predation: "Swim and snap!
Animals such as mayflies, stoneflies, caddis flies and freshwater shrimps are very sensitive to pollution and can act as an "early warning system" which will indicate if a river is at risk.