|scientific name Anagapetus |
Generally in cool headwater sections of mountain streams.
Adults fly during mid-July to early August.
Female adult legs are not flattened. Male forewings do not have a thick swollen lump (callosity) and the sternite 7 has a large lobe. This genus is relatively small with only 6 known species and only 1 of these species occuring in Alberta, Anagapetus debilis.
Larvae feed on diatoms, geen algae and detritus.
This genus is found only in the western montane areas of North America.
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