Caddisfly Larvae


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Caddisfly larvae collect small pebbles, slightly larger than a grain of sand. They create a tube for themselves which both helps them blend in perfectly with the substrate of the creeks they are living in and protects them from predators like the third pig in Goldilocks that built its house out of bricks.

These larvae mostly occupy the lowest level of the aquarium, moving around rather actively and nibbling bits of decaying matter on the bottom and algae. But they also climb plants in the tank which is both interesting and rather comical.

Wikipedia info on the Caddisfly



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Weight .1 lbs


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