Credit: CLAUS JENSEN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Close-up of some caddisfly larvae, enclosed in cocoons covered in pieces of cut beech leaf. Caddisfly larvae live in fresh water, and typically spin silken cases around themselves, to which they attach small pebbles or pieces of wood, for camouflage and protection. They pupate underwater before emerging as short-lived adults.

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Caddisfly larva

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