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Caddisfly Genus Ceraclea (Scaly-Wing Sedges)

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» Genus Ceraclea (Scaly-Wing Sedges)
Species in CeracleaNumber of SpecimensNumber of Pictures
Ceraclea maculataScaly-Wing Sedge00
Ceraclea resurgensScaly-Wing Sedge00
Ceraclea tarsipunctataScaly-Wing Sedge00
Ceraclea transversaScaly-Wing Sedge00
Ceraclea wetzeliScaly-Wing Sedge00

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Common Names
Ceraclea caddisflies are not ranked among the superhatches, but they may cause selective feeding at times. Ceraclea transversa is the most important species.  

Where & When

Time Of Year (?): Early summer for most species

Preferred Waters: Rivers or lakes

Hatching Behavior

Time Of Day (?): Late afternoon and evening

Gary LaFontaine notes in Caddisflies that Ceraclea species become active a little earlier in the evening than most other caddisflies in the same days, sometimes prompting trout to take them selectively before the other flies have even appeared.

Egg-Laying Behavior

Time Of Day: Late afternoon and evening

Larva & Pupa Biology

Environmental Tolerance: Requires cool water

Ceraclea larvae are not important as a trout food, but their biology is interesting. Some species feed on and burrow into freshwater sponges.

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