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Invertebrate zoologists turn over stones in rivers

looking for caddis fly larvae, a species only found

in unpolluted waters that are rich in nutrients and oxygen

They gather materials from their environment to form casts

An artist supplied gold leaf and precious stones to these larvae

Animal architecture is one of the most wondrous sciences

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Author: biochicklet

Scientist raised by intellectuals on poetry, theater, art, history and music in New York City. Escaped to New Mexico to nature and mysticism. Knowing that the absurdities in this life are what we must laugh at.

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