|scientific name Anabolia consocia |
Cold creeks with beaver activities and one record in a muskeg drainage in Alberta.
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Adult antennae are yellowish brown and the vertex of the head is red-brown with a dark brown longitudinal stripe. Spurs are pale yellow. Forewings are light brownish yellow with irregularly darkened veins. In males, segment 10 processes are broad, distally rounded and black. The clasper is small with a narrow base that gradually widens to a dorsal process with a paired distal tooth (Nimmo, 1971).
Larvae are detritovores, feeding on vascular plant tissues.
This species range extends from Alberta, south to Virginia and east to Quebec. In Alberta, this species was recorded from Cold Creek and Nojack (Nimmo, 1971).
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