A Caddisfly - Apatania comosa
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Originally described from Dixie National Forest, near Cedar Breaks, Utah at 10,200 feet (Denning, 1949), but subsequently found in Montana in Blackfoot River and Lolo Creek (Missoula County), and Bitterroot River (Ravalli County) (Newell and Potter, 1975). Also Pine Creek, Bonneville County, Idaho (Newell and Minshall, 1977).
High gradient, high elevation smaller streams.
- Literature Cited AboveLegend: View Online Publication
- Denning, D.G. 1949. New and little known species of caddis flies. The American midland naturalist. 42(1):112-122.
- Newell, R.L. and G.W. Minshall. 1977. An annotated list of the aquatic insects of southeastern Idaho, Part II: Trichoptera. Great Basin Naturalist 37: 253-257.
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