|scientific name Agraylea |
common name Salt and Pepper Microcaddis
Lakes, ponds and areas of large rivers where the current is reduced (Wiggins, 1996).
Adults have ocelli and the vertex have three pairs of barely prominent warts. Male antennae length are slightly over half of forewing length. The spur formula is 0, 3, 4. There is only one of three species of Agraylea in Canada that is represented in Alberta (Schmid, 1998); Agraylea multipunctata.
Filamentous algae (Wiggins, 1996).
Agraylea has a transcontinental distribution in Canada (Schmid, 1998).
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