|scientific name Cheumatopsyche lasia |
Slower, less turbulent parts of creeks and large rivers.
Adults fly from May through to August.
Forewings and hindwings of males are golden brown. Antennae are yellow-brown, vertex deep red-brown with paler warts and the thorax is deep red-brown paling to grey-brown laterally. Legs are yellow-brown with yellow spurs. The tip of the male aedeagus is simple and the sclerite is almost circular (Nimmo, 1987).
Annual (?) Unknown.
Larvae are omnivorous.
Recorded south from Alberta and Saskatchewan to Mexico and east to Illinois. In Alberta, found in the Red Deer River at Drumheller.
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