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A Caddisfly - Apatania comosa

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Special Status Species
Native Species

Global Rank: G2G3
State Rank: SNR


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General Description
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Range Comments
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).

Habitat
High gradient, high elevation smaller streams.

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Citation for data on this website:
A Caddisfly — Apatania comosa.  Montana Field Guide.  .  Retrieved on , from