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Caddisfly eggs on hawthorn

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Caddisfly eggs attached to a leaf of a hawthorn, or thorn apple, (Crataegus sp.). Caddisflies are relatives of butterflies and moths, but have aquatic larvae. The eggs are laid in a gelatinous mass on foliage above water, and the larvae fall into the water after hatching. Filmed in Denmark.

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