In the aquarium

Lett’s Illustrated household magazine A Complete Encyclopedia of Domestic Requirement, Londres, Letts & Co.,1884, p. 200.

The larvae of the Caddis-flies are very interesting creatures to keep in the aquarium and as they require little or no attention they often find a place there. The may be obtained from most suburban ponds and slow-running brooks, but require carefully looking for, as it is somewhat difficult to see their.