British Wildlife 33.1 October 2021

Natural reflections

“It seems a futile task, not only because of the vastness and uniformity of the habitat, but also because the female Land Caddis is wingless and does not move far. Squatting like a giant flea on cushions of moss or among dead leaves, she is very hard for us to pinpoint, but the activity of amorous males betrays her presence.”

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