Bulletin of the Lloyd Library of Botany, Pharmacy and Materia Medica, Vol. 1: The Biology of North American Caddis Fly Larvae (Classic Reprint)

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A few caddis-worms that construct portable cases use no other material than silk in their structure. By far the greatest number of species, however, use stones or sticks cemented around a more or less heavy lining of silk. The cases, regardless of their external form, are circular in cross-section. Some are of uniform diameter, throughout their length, while others taper, cornucopia-like, from a broad mouth to a very narrow caudal end. In building their. Cases the larvae add new material to the cephalic end. Some species build rapidly and cut about as much from the caudal ends of their dwellings as they add to the front ends. These species make tubes of uniform diameter throughout their length. Other species add to the front ends of their cases as the larvae grow in length and breadth, but never remove material from the caudal ends. The result of this form of construction is a case that is of minute size, but large enough to accommodate a newly hatched larva, at its caudal end, and gradually increases in breadth as the larva grows, thus forming a cornucopia-shaped tube. Figures of both types of cases will be found on following pages.

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