You will find them everywhere

Harry Lowerison, In England Now: Vagrom Essays, Dealing with the Fields and Woods and Waters & the Free People, A. J. Whiten, 1906, p. 138.

You will find them everywhere- in grass, in moss, among nettles, under logs and stones on trees, willows, and in the water (where the cases of caddis worms are often made of their tiny shells).