|scientific name Apatania shoshone |
Standing water, possibly larger lakes.
Adults fly from late July to mid-August.
Adult antennae are dark brown and the vertex of the head very dark brown. Spurs are yellow. Forewings are pale and clear brown. In males, there is a pair of slender, black, dorsally curved hooks on the sclerites of segment 10 (Nimmo, 1971).
Larvae graze for algae and diatoms from rocks.
The known range for this species is from the extreme southwest Alberta, south to Colorado (Nimmo, 1971).
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