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Caddisfly Genus Onocosmoecus (Great Late-Summer Sedges)

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» Genus Onocosmoecus (Great Late-Summer Sedges)
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Onocosmoecus unicolorGreat Late-Summer Sedge320

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The most common species of this genus is Onocosmoecus unicolor.  

Where & When

Time Of Year (?): Late summer and early fall

Preferred Waters: Lakes and slow streams

This genus is nearly as large as Dicosmoecus, but not quite as impressive because its emergence is less concentrated. It can still produce fishable hatches, especially in lakes.

Larva & Pupa Biology

Diet: Mostly detritus (Detritus: Small, loose pieces of decaying organic matter underwater.)

Current Speed: Slow or still

Pictures of 5 Caddisfly Specimens in the Genus Onocosmoecus:

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