John Joseph BriggsThe Peacock at Rowsley, where Andrew, Alexis and the Naturalist Met, and whart came of their visit, Londres, Bemrose & Sons, 1869, p. 3.

You will have noticed in brooks and outlets, more particularly towards spring, several kinds of a creature called «  the strawbait », or «  caddis worm, «  small creeping things encased in a kind of husk formed of bits of straws, small shellls, and grit, and glued as it were together,which coats the insect’s body with a mail of consederable strength. These insects have commonly ben supposed to be the larvae of the Mayfly, but further research has shown that they are in reality those of caddis-flies, which entomologists call Phryganidae.