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Bettens Silver Streak Caddisfly

The Bettens Silver Streak Caddisfly can be found near freshwater ponds, and slow broad streams, on foliage, twigs, and tree bark. This is a very common caddisfly on Vancouver Island and can be seen all summer long around our lakes. Read More….




October Caddisfly

The October Caddisfly is widely distributed in freshwater habitats throughout the world. The October caddisfly is quite abundant on Vancouver Island. October caddisflies live several weeks and usually mate on vegetation or rocks surrounding the water. There is generally one complete generation per year. Young larvae hatch within a few days of the eggs being laid. Read More.




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