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Derived Form of caddisfly

plural: caddisflies
small moth-like insect having two pairs of hairy membranous wings and aquatic larvae
Synonymscaddice fly, caddice-fly, caddis fly,
Type oftrichopteran, trichopteron, trichopterous insect,

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  1. The caddisfly builds its house out of pebbles, using waterproof tape.
  2. called a caddisfly caddisfly you can see the name on the screen isn't that
  3. here is another caddisfly but this is no ordinary caddisfly so here's another
  4. caddisfly but this one has been preserved in something called amber and
  5. this particular caddisfly is over 44 million years old
  6. caddisfly is 44 million years old and this one is not this one is just a
  7. not longer the earliest recorded caddisfly is actually 230 million years
  8. and there that caddisfly 44 million years isn't so I love those sorts of
  9. amber you said that that caddisfly that was a 40 million years old
  10. oh I see the first time you've seen what the caddisfly yes the caddisfly makes a
  11. bit old that caddisfly yes that one that's preserved in amber there it is it
  12. caddisfly and also did you see this as well today are this
  13. This is the larva of the caddisfly.
  14. So the caddisfly has figured out how to build a case...for ballast, protection,
  15. The caddisfly adds more pebbles, one by one, like a bricklayer putting up a wall, using
  16. But caddisfly tape is selective.
  17. Bio-engineers have started to figure out how we could make our own caddisfly silk.
  18. The magical underwater tape of the caddisfly.
  19. he wades into the river in search of caddisfly larvae.