They are different animals.
When I have written that much, I can as well give you the 'recipe' for the fly, although it's meant to be fished dry. (You could use a heavy hook and avoid oil).If one analyses any of Mr Powell's patterns, the pains he has taken to obtain some particular colour or tint becomes evident, a fact which may well account for the success many of them enjoy. Fly The "make-up" of the Baby Sun-Fly is no exception since the body is of a special colour and of the right consistency to make the fly float well. A rabbit's coat is brown on top and bluish next to the skin except in that small triangle between the eyes and the nose and it is from there we must obtain the dubbing for the body of this pattern because only at this spot is the colour sequence brown, black, blue.
Mr Powell advises fly-dressers to sink their scissors into it to the proper depth to obtain an equal quantity of brown and black and then to rub it together. The result is a dark-brown felt-like substance full of short stiff fibres just right to stand up on the surface film but also having enough body to hold oil. This is the mixture required for the body of the Baby Sun-Fly and also the for that of the Paragon - and none other will do.