Ralph Cutter, Fish Food, A Fly Fisher’s Guide to Bugs and Bait, Ill. Lysa Cutter, Mechanicsburg (PA), Stackpole Books, 2006, p. 83-84. Lire la suite
Archives du mot-clé chimney
Gary A. Borger, Naturals, A Guide to Food Organisms of the Trout, Harrisburg (Pa), Stackpole Books, 1980, p. 83.
Russell Freedman, Animal architects, New York, Holiday House, 1971, pp. 59- 61.
Nature’s carpenters and stonemasons
Ross E. Hutchins, Caddis Insects, Nature’s Carpenters and Stonemasons, New York, Dodd, Mead & Company, 1966, p. 29- 48.
The business of building
Carl D. Duncan & Gayle Pickwell, The World of Insects, New York, MacGraw-Hill Book Company, 1939, p. 231.
Sometimes the chimney is built of small sticks
William Ray Allen, A nature sketchbook twenty talks on the everday life roudabout, Lexington, Department of University Extension, 1936, p. 47.
James Chester Bradley & E. L. Palmer, Insect Life: a manual for the use of scouts in fulfilling the requirements for the insect life merit badge and for all students of insect life, New-York, The Boy Scouts of America, 1925, p. 12-13.
Jean-Henri Fabre : The life of the Fly
Jean-Henri Fabre, The life of the fly, New York, Dood Mead, 1919.
Stones that move
Floyd Bralliar, Knowing insects through stories, New-York, Funk & Wagnalls Company, (1918) 1921, pp. 202-207.
They are triangular or square
Henry Baldwin Ward & George Chandler Whipple, Fresh-water Biology, New York, John Wiley & Sons, 1918, pp.900-901.
Like a little chemney
Jennie Maria Arms Sheldon, Guide to the invertebrates of the synoptic collection of the museum of the Boston Society of natural, Boston, p.453, 1905.
The savage devises his water jars generations
Anonyme, Proceedings and report of Council of Education, California Teachers Association, 1898 p. 263 & The School Journal, vol. 56, New York, E.L. Kellogg & Co, 1898, p. 185.