|scientific name Allomyia cascadis |
Cold flowing waters in high altitudes (Spray River, Banff).
Only one collection record of May 30.
Adult antennae are reddish chocolate-brown and the vertex of head deep chocolate-brown with pale warts. Forewings are pale red-brown and lightly irrorate. In males, the basal article of clasper with massive base and clearly delineated distal clumps of setae (Nimmo, 1971).
In Alberta, this species has only been recorded from the Spray River, Banff; 5500 feet in altitude (Nimmo, 1971).
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