|scientific name Cheumatopsyche campyla |
Eclectic flowing waters.
Adults fly from early May to mid-October.
Adult male forewings are light grey-brown and hindwings faintly tinted brown. Antennae are pale yellow-brown, vertex dark brown and thorax is dark reddish brown to orange-brown laterally. The legs are pale brown to straw. Proximal article of the male clasper is approximately uniform. The distal article broadly curves dorsad and the base overlaps the proximal article (Nimmo, 1987).
Annual (?) Unknown.
Larvae are omnivorous.
Transcontinental, south of the northern treeline. In Alberta, it has been recorded in the northern portion of the province.
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