Other commonly observed aquatic species included Pacific Chorus Frogs, Northwestern Salamanders (Ambystoma gracile), and caddisfly
Increases in rainfall and streamflow create disturbances that may displace caddisfly
larvae (Bispo, Oliveira, Crisci-Bispo & Sousa, 2004) and their food sources, while higher leaf litter inputs favor development of shredding larvae (Bispo et al., 2004).
Caption: Ginger Ursitti holds a rock with attached caddisfly
Adaptation of caddisfly
larval silks to aquatic habitats by phosphorylation of H-Fibroin serines.
LI: systematics of the Neotropical caddisfly
genus Contulma (Trichoptera: Anomalopsychidae) Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 575: 1-59
The importance of algae in a shaded headwater stream as food for an abundant caddisfly
A total of 9,367 adult male caddisfly
specimens representing thirteen families and 99 species of caddisflies were collected (Table 1, figure 2).
little or no indigestible matter, such as shell) and easily accessible aquatic insect larvae such as caddisfly
(mainly those lacking protective cases such as Hydropsyche angustipennis [Hyropsychidae] and Neureclipsis bimaculata [Polycentropodidae]), chironomids and mayflies.
NEBOISS, A., 1978.--Atriplectididae, a new caddisfly
family (Trichoptera: Atriplectidae): 67-73 (en) CRICHTON, M.I.
A key to the world genera of the caddisfly
tribe Hydrobiosini (Trichoptera, Rhyacophilidae).
Balachandran, "A new species of Caddisfly
(Trichoptera: Lepidostomatidae: Lepidostoma) from Tamil Nadu, India," Journal of Threatened Taxa, vol.
1972 Lepidostomaglenni Caddisfly
Glenn Wiggins, Curator of Entomology