|scientific name Agraylea multipunctata |
Lakes, ponds and areas of large rivers where the current is reduced (Wiggins, 1996).
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Adults have ocelli and the vertex has three pairs of barely prominent warts. Male antennal length is slightly over half of forewing length. The spur formula is 0, 3, 4. Genital appendages of the males are large and obscured by the posterior edges of segment 9's extensions. The claspers are partly fused mesally, each with a wide, shallowly indented, curved posterior edge.
Filamentous algae (Wiggins, 1996).
Transcontinental distribution in Canada (Schmid, 1998).
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