Saddlecase Maker Caddisfly Case - Family Glossosomatidae
These caddisflies make dome-shaped cases out of pebbles that look like tiny turtle shells. The case conceals and protects the larva. When the larva outgrows its case, it builds a new, larger one at the end its current case. They, it cuts off the old one. It will have to rebuild several times during the larval stage.
Habitat: Stream in a deciduous forest
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