Margaret Warner Morley, A Song of Life, Chicago, A.C. McClurg, 1897, p. 48.

The climbing frog and climbing crab are gymnasts of the first order; the rednose carries a natural syringe, with which he squirts water upon all who incovenience: him; the caddis worm sports a portable domicile of sticks ans stones, the newt is alive with graceful evolutions, full of merry twists and laughable eccentricities.