|scientific name Cheumatopsyche gracilis |
Eclectic flowing waters.
Adults can be found from mid-May to late September.
Male forewings are pale yellow-brown with a faint pattern. The antennae are yellow-brown and the thorax is dark brown, paling laterally. The legs and spurs are pale yellow-brown. The distal article of the male clasper narrows abruptly from the basal end and the article curves slighlty dorsad (Nimmo, 1987).
Annual (?) Unknown.
Larvae are omnivorous.
Transcontinenal, ranges from the boreal forest south to Utah, Arkansas and North Carolina, however the south-eastern coastal states are excluded. In Canada, it has been recorded in all provinces except Saskatchewan, Northwest Territories and portions of the Maritimes.
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