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scientific name    Asynarchus mutatus    

habitat
Carex/Typha sloughs and lakes.

seasonality
Adults fly from early June to late July.

identification
Adult antennae are brown and the vertex of the head is dark brown with yellowish warts. Spurs are dark brown. Forewings are dark brownish grey, irrorate, with large patches of solid colour. In males, the processes of the cercus and segment 10 are short, blunt and equal. The clasper is massive and the base is merged with acuminate dorsal process (Nimmo, 1971).

life history
Annual?

conservation
Common.

diet info
No information available.

range
The range of this species extends from British Columbia to Great Slave Lake, Minnesota and Ontario. In Alberta, this species is mainly confined to the plains and eastern foothills (Nimmo, 1971).

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http://entomology.museums.ualberta.ca/searching_species_details.php?s=3072



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