The result is the same with the caddis worms in shell casings.
It is a sort of cell, probably built by a species of caddis.
For the bundle of sticks is really a log house that the caddis has built for itself.
The caddis worm does not forget its talents; but it lacks choice pieces.
They did not know that caddis Worms had always done so, and they thought themselves the first to ever think of such a thing.
To lighten the weight, the caddis worm must first rise to the surface.
In short, the caddis worm builds with more or less everything that comes from the plant or the dead mollusk.
What first struck Margaret in Thrums was the smell of the caddis.
A few hours later, having recovered from the shock of losing its sheath, the caddis worm sets to work to manufacture a new one.
All the caddis Worms did this at times, for their legs were weak.