|scientific name Allomyia hector |
Fast, turbulent mountain creeks with boulder beds.
Adults fly from June 1 to June 9.
Adult antennae are dark brown and the vertex of the head dark brown to black. The femora of legs dark brown with the remainder of the legs lighter brown. In males, the median shaft of the aedeagus is short and blunt. The distal head blade-like and acuminate (Nimmo, 1971).
No information available.
The known range of this species is from three localities, near the continental divide in Banff National Park in Alberta (Nimmo, 1971).
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