‘The Small Crustaceans’ by Dave Whitlock
There are five small freshwater crustacean groups in North American that are of interest to fly fishers. These tiny invertebrates inhabit calcium-carbonate rich streams, rivers, tail waters and lakes and are an especially nutrient-rich food form for trout. These five groups are: scuds (Amphidoda); shrimp (Decapoda); opossum shrimp (Mysidacea); water fleas or Daphnia (Cladocera); and sow bugs (Isopoda).
A fly identification card is included.
Open-edition, fine art Giclee print
Two sizes: 11 x 14 inches and 13 x 17 inches