|scientific name Cheumatopsyche enonis |
Creeks and small rivers.
Adults fly from June to early September (Oregon record).
Male forewings are grey and almost hyaline. Antennae are brown, vertex dark brown and thorax dark red-brown to pale yellow laterally. Both the legs and the spurs are yellow. Basal article of the clasper is bulbous at its distal extremity. The distal article is acutely triangular, curving slightly and the proximo-mesal angle has a small triangular tooth (Nimmo, 1987).
Annual (?) Unknown.
Should be expected in Alberta.
Larvae are omnivorous.
Can be found in all the western Cordilleran states of the United States, except Washington, California and Arizona. Ranges from Montana to Oregon and south to New Mexico.
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