The little Brown Caddis is called the Little Brown Sedge in the
West and sometimes, the Little Plain Brown Sedge. They
usually emerge in the evening and deposit their eggs in the
evenings. These caddisflies ride the surface of the water a
relatively long 'time during the emergence and during the egg
laying activity. The Little Browns usually emerge in large
quantities. They exist in streams from coast to coast. They are
species of the
Lepidostoma genus. There are numerous
species of them.
Caddisflies: Little Brown Caddis
Little Brown Caddis (Imitations)
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