|scientific name Allomyia thomasi |
Sub-alpine steams with gravel or small boulder bottoms (Nimmo, 1977).
Adults fly from mid-May to late June.
Adults antennae are brownish black and the vertex of the head black. Spur formula is 1, 3, 3. In males, the clasper distal segment is tri-lobed. The dorso-lateral lobe is deeply cleft longitudinally (Nimmo, 1977).
Only three specimens collected, relatively rare.
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There have been three specimens collected of this species, in Alberta only. The localities are in mountainous country, close to alpine regions in altitude (Nimmo, 1977).
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