Very prettily studded with the shells

C. P.Hurst, « Marlborough land and fresh water Molluschs », The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine,Devizes,C.H. Woodward,vol. 39, 1915, p. 465.

In the neighbourhood  of Great Bedwyn, a village about seven miles to the south-east of Marlborough, the cases of the caddis worms are very interesting, as they are often thickly and sometimes very prettily studded with the shells of freshwater and even with the shells of laud  species.