|scientific name Lype diversa |
Slower, smaller cool creeks.
Adults can be found from early June to late September.
General colour of adults are very dark, close to black with a few irregular light marks along the sutures (Ross, 1944). Segment 9 of males is divided into dorsum and sternum. The clasper has two articles which are smoothly taperd to a blunt. The distal article is slightly curved (Schmid, 1983).
Only one Alberta record.
Larvae graze on fine organic particles and some algae.
From Prince Edward Island, west to northwestern Ontario. One record in Alberta.
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