|scientific name Beothukus |
Lakes and bogs (Schmid, 1998).
Adult bodies are brown and the antennae are brown with lighter brown annulations. There is a light covering of hairs on the forewings and the wing veins are outlined in dark brown with a reticulated anterior margin (Schmid, 1998). This genus contains only one species, B. complicatus, which can be found here in Alberta (Schmid, 1998).
B. complicatus was studied in Newfoundland was univoltine. The larvae overwinters as 5th instars (Wiggins, 1996).
Larvae feed on filamentous algae, vascular plant fragments and animal material (Wiggins, 1996).
B. complicatus has been recorded from Newfoundland, Quebec, Ontario and Alberta (Schmid, 1998).
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