|scientific name Agrypnia colorata |
Adults fly from May to August.
Adult head, thorax, wings and legs are dark brown. Spurs and spines of legs are highly variable in this species. In males, the clasper is linear, slender and distally bifurcate. The ventral lobe is bifurcate and resembles scissors (Wiggins, 1998).
Annual?. The biology of the larva is unknown.
Larvae are predacious.
From Alaska, south to Utah, Colorado and Wyoming, and east to Newfoundland (Wiggins, 1998).
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