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Jewelry Made by Caddisflies Bugs

Posted on August 18, 2014 by Mary Hood | 0 Comments

jewelry made with bugs fossilized in amber piques your interest, then you’ll love the buggy jewelry made by French artist Henry Duprat and his collaborators—Caddisfly larvae. Caddisflies, also called “rail-flies” or “sedge-flies,” create cocoon-like structures to protect and camouflage themselves while they develop into adult flies. 

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