What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination

Subject:  Autumn Brown Bug
Geographic location of the bug:  New Brunswick, Canada
Date: 09/16/2017
Time: 08:34 AM EDT
These bugs just started coming around recently as the weather starts to change these bugs started to come around everywhere!! What are they?!
How you want your letter signed:  Thanks, Danielle

Caddisfly

Dear Danielle,
This is a Caddisfly in the order Trichoptera.  Caddisfly nymphs are aquatic and they are frequently called Caseworms as they construct often elaborate protective cases from twigs, sand and shells.  Since the nymphs are aquatic, we suspect you live near a body of fresh water.  Your submission is the second we are posting this morning from New Brunswick, Canada

What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination
Location: New Brunswick, Canada

One Response to Caddisfly from Canada

  1. The entomologists believe that caddisflies (Trichoptera) are closely related to moths and butterflies (Lepidoptera). Looking at this photo, you can see why they think so, though, of course, they’ve got DNA and fossils to go on as well.

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