|scientific name Agrypnia vestita |
Lakes, however, some records indicate rivers as well.
Adults head are greyish-brown and the antennae are brown. There are conspicuous blotches of dark and light brown on the forewings and there is a dark apical band on the hindwings. In males, the proximal article of the clasper has a large, tapered, acuminate curved process. This process is directed mesad from the ventral face (Wiggins, 1998).
This species is expected here, but has not been recorded yet.
Larvae are predacious.
This species have been recorded in Oregon and British Columbia, east to Newfoundland and south to Florida. However, it has not yet been collected in Alberta (Wiggins, 1998).
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