|scientific name Ceraclea nigronervosa |
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Adults are black. Forewings are without scales and are grey with dark brownish-grey venation. Male heads are covered with brown setae. The ventral base of the male clasper is lacking an acuminate ventral process (Morse, 1975).
Larvae feed on detritus and sponges.
Northwestern North America (Morse, 1975).
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