Shredders 1: Many crustaceans, stoneflies, true flies, and caddisflies such as these Brachycentrus larvae eat leaves for a living. They reduce whole leaves into smaller particles that are washed downstream. These fine particles eventually become the food for collectors. Photo: Courtesy of Skip Hodges
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