|scientific name Neureclipsis |
common name Little Red Twilight Sedge
Small creeks to large rivers in the subalpine to boreal plains, including rapids and lake outflows.
Adults can be found from late May to late September.
The first two of the adult maxillary palpi are very short. Spur formula is 3, 4, 4. There are 6 known species of Neureclipsis in North America. In Alberta, two species can be found here, N. bimaculata and N. crepuscularis (Wiggins, 1996).
Larvae are predacious filter feeders.
Widely distributed in Nearctic America (Schmid, 1998).
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