|scientific name Cheumatopsyche smithi |
Eclectic flowing waters.
Adults found from mid-May to mid-August.
Males have golden brown forewings. Antennae are brown and the thorax is dark reddish brown and greyish brown laterally. Legs pale yellowish-brown with brownish-yellow spurs. The proximal article of the clasper is smoothly widened to a square-cut extremity. Distal article originates from the ventral angle of the proximal article extremity and the tip is curved dorsad (Nimmo, 1987).
Annual (?) Unknown.
Larvae are omnivorous.
From Vancouver Island and southern British Columbia, east to southern Ontario and south to the contiguous northwestern states.
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