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Click to edit Master subtitle style  11/15/10 Apple Caddisfly Brachycentrus By:  Leslie Hughes & Kyle Brunson
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 11/15/10
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 11/15/10 Kingdom : Animalia Phylum : Arthropoda Class : Insecta Order : Trichoptera Family : Brachycentridae Genus Brachycentrus   Apple Caddisfly
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 11/15/10 Anatomy of a Caddisfly
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 11/15/10 Identification: Thorax is light tan, abdomen  is bright green, wings blonde to white  Also can be a dark brown with tan wings.  Abdomen has 8 sections with gills.  Size: The dark type of Apple Caddis  measures 8.5 to 13mm, with most falling  within the 12 to 13mm range.  Apple Caddisfly
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 11/15/10 Apple Caddisfly
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 11/15/10 Distribution: Catskills
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 11/15/10 Caddisflies are found on all continents world wide  except Antarctica 1,400 known species in North America Apple Caddisfly is a filter feeder species, mainly 
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