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Tiny Baetis mayflies are perhaps the most commonly encountered and imitated by anglers on all American trout streams due to their great abundance, widespread distribution, and trout-friendly emergence habits.

Caddisfly Genus Ecclisomyia (Early Western Mottled Sedges)

The two Western species Ecclisomyia conspersa and Ecclisomyia maculosa are often found in the same streams.

Where & when

Preferred waters: Mountain streams

Larva & pupa biology

Diet: Plant matter and plankton

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  • LaFontaine, Gary. 1981. Caddisflies. The Lyons Press.
» Genus Ecclisomyia (Early Western Mottled Sedges)
Species in Ecclisomyia
Ecclisomyia conspersaEarly Western Mottled Sedge00
Ecclisomyia maculosaEarly Western Mottled Sedge00
1 species (Ecclisomyia bilera) isn't included.
Genus Range
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