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scientific name    Cheumatopsyche oxa    

habitat
Small and often spring-fed streams.

seasonality
Adults fly from mid-May to early September.

identification
Male forewings are grey-brown and hindwings are pale grey. Antennae are brown, both the vertex and thorax are dark chocolate-brown. Legs are pale brown to yellow with pale brown spurs. the clasper articles are smooth, with the distal article distinctly hooked dorsad (Nimmo, 1987).

life history
Annual (?) Unknown.

conservation
Not common, but there are local populations.

diet info
Larvae are omnivorous.

range
British Columbia east to Quebec and south to Georgia.

quick link
http://entomology.museums.ualberta.ca/searching_species_details.php?s=1354



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