|scientific name Anabolia ozburni |
Adults can be found in mid-June.
Adult antennae are dark brown with very dark scapes. The vertex of the head is dark brown and the spurs are yellow. Forewings are light reddish brown, irrorate and the costal area is clear. In males, the clasper has a full base with minute, long and narrow dorsal processes at right angles (Nimmo, 1971).
Larvae are detritovores, feeding on vascular plant tissues.
The range for this species extends from Alberta, east to Quebec, New Hampshire and Michigan. In Alberta, it has been recorded from Edmonton and Cold Lake (Nimmo, 1971).
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