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IN1059 - Hexatoma sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Pembina River Collected ByAnholt, B. Date Collected1977-10-21

IN106 - Ephoron album

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Red Deer River Collected ByRoberts, Wayne E. Date Collected1983-08-08

IN1060 - Pedicia sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Pembina River Collected ByCorkum, Lynda D. Date Collected1977-10-08

IN1061 - Pedicia sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Sheep River Collected ByLamont, M. R. Date Collected1974-10-13

IN1062 - Pseudolimnophila sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Amisk Creek Collected ByRetallack, J. T. Date Collected1970-09-19

IN1063 - Eucorethra underwoodi

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta Date Collected1967-08-30

IN1064 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Wabamun Lake Collected ByHorkan, K. Date Collected1968-09-27

IN1065 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Wabamun Lake Collected ByHorkan, K. Date Collected1969-02-06

IN1066 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Sounding Creek Collected ByRetallack, J. T.

IN1067 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Sherwood Park Collected ByRetallack, J. T. Date Collected1970-09-24

IN1068 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Danard Lake Collected ByWalsh, R. Date Collected1979-11-27

IN1069 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta Date Collected1973-07-31

IN107 - Tubifex sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Sylvan Lake Collected ByLake Survey Date Collected1973-09-11

IN1070 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Tawatinaw Collected ByHutchinson, G. Date Collected1977-10-01

IN1071 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Oliver Lake Collected ByLake Survey Date Collected1975-06-09

IN1072 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Danard Lake Date Collected1973-10-24

IN1073 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Edmonton Collected ByBaker, R. L. Date Collected1974-10-03

IN1074 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Edmonton Date Collected1977-09-29

IN1075 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Miquelon Lakes Collected ByAnholt, B. Date Collected1977-10-02

IN1076 - Aedes sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta Collected ByRetallack, J. T.

IN1077 - Aedes cataphylla

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Big Lake Collected ByFurnell, Allan Date Collected1979-04-24

IN1059 - Hexatoma sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Pembina River Collected ByAnholt, B. Date Collected1977-10-21

IN106 - Ephoron album

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Red Deer River Collected ByRoberts, Wayne E. Date Collected1983-08-08

IN1060 - Pedicia sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Pembina River Collected ByCorkum, Lynda D. Date Collected1977-10-08

IN1061 - Pedicia sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Sheep River Collected ByLamont, M. R. Date Collected1974-10-13

IN1062 - Pseudolimnophila sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Amisk Creek Collected ByRetallack, J. T. Date Collected1970-09-19

IN1063 - Eucorethra underwoodi

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta Date Collected1967-08-30

IN1064 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Wabamun Lake Collected ByHorkan, K. Date Collected1968-09-27

IN1065 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Wabamun Lake Collected ByHorkan, K. Date Collected1969-02-06

IN1066 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Sounding Creek Collected ByRetallack, J. T.

IN1067 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Sherwood Park Collected ByRetallack, J. T. Date Collected1970-09-24

IN1068 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Danard Lake Collected ByWalsh, R. Date Collected1979-11-27

IN1069 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta Date Collected1973-07-31

IN107 - Tubifex sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Sylvan Lake Collected ByLake Survey Date Collected1973-09-11

IN1070 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Tawatinaw Collected ByHutchinson, G. Date Collected1977-10-01

IN1071 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Oliver Lake Collected ByLake Survey Date Collected1975-06-09

IN1072 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Danard Lake Date Collected1973-10-24

IN1073 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Edmonton Collected ByBaker, R. L. Date Collected1974-10-03

IN1074 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Edmonton Date Collected1977-09-29

IN1075 - Chaoborus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Miquelon Lakes Collected ByAnholt, B. Date Collected1977-10-02

IN1076 - Aedes sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta Collected ByRetallack, J. T.

IN1077 - Aedes cataphylla

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Big Lake Collected ByFurnell, Allan Date Collected1979-04-24

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Colymbetes sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Coptotomus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cordulia shurtleffi

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cordulia sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Corisella tarsalis

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Corydalis cornuta

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cristatella mucedo

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cryptochironomus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Culex territans

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

SeasonalityPresent from early spring to fall, peaking in early to mid summer. IdentificationAbdominal tergites with apical bands of pale silvery scales, otherwise, relatively unmarked. In Alberta, it is easily distinguished from other Culex. Larva: antenna constricted beyond insertion of antennal seta 1-A; head setae 5-C and 6-C with 1 or 2 branches (5-C is very rarely 3-branched).

Culicoides sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Culiseta alaskaensis

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

SeasonalityMay – July. IdentificationAdult: ventral margin of anepisternum, anterodorsal angle of katepisternum, postspiracular area, and underside of paratergite all with patches of scales; second and third tarsomeres with white bands occupying one quarter or more of each segment; hypostigmal area scaled; wing scales aggregated into spots at base of Rs and at R2+3 and R4+5, costa subcosta and radius with scattered white scales, crossveins scaled. Larva: antennae half as long as head capsule; siphon three times longer than greatest width; dorsolateral abdominal setae 1-VI and 1-VII usually double, saddle setae fine and minute, prothoracic setae 1-P single; antennae with coarse spicules. See Wood, Dang & Ellis 1979 pdf

Culiseta inornata

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

SeasonalityEarly spring to late fall. One of the last mosquitoes present in fall. IdentificationAdult: ventral margin of anepisternum, anterodorsal angle of katepisternum, postspiracular area, and underside of paratergite all with patches of scales; tarsomeres dark-scaled; costa, sub-costa and radius with numerous scattered yellow scales; tarsomeres with pale yellow scales; wing scales not aggregated into spots. Palpus of male with terminal segment inflated, largely lacking setae. Larva: antennae half as long as head capsule; siphon three times longer than greatest width; dorsolateral abdominal setae 1-VI and 1-VII usually triple; saddle setae 1-X as long or longer than saddle, usually single.

Culiseta minnesotae

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

SeasonalityMay to mid or late summer. IdentificationPleural areas largely devoid of scales except for a few post-spiracular scales; abdominal tergites banded or patched basally and apically with pale scales; scutal integument reddish-brown; aedeagus sub-parallel sided, broadly rounded or truncate. Larva: very difficult to distinguish from C. morsitans. Antennae as long as head capsule; antennal seta 1-A inserted in the distal third, with branches extending beyond the tip of the antenna; siphon six times longer than greatest width or longer; pecten teeth of the siphon small; head setae 5-C and 7-C usually with more than 6 and 8 branches respectively, seta 4-X (ventral brush) of anal segment generally with 20 or more setae.

Culiseta morsitans

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

SeasonalitySpring to mid or late summer. IdentificationPleural areas largely devoid of scales except for a few post-spiracular scales; abdominal tergites banded or patched only basally with pale scales; scutal inegument dark brown; aedeagus distinctly diamond-shaped, pointed at the apex. Larva: very difficult to distinguish from C. minnesotae. Antennae as long as head capsule; antennal seta 1-A inserted in the distal third, with branches extending beyond the tip of the antenna; siphon six times longer than greatest width or longer; pecten teeth of the siphon larger than minnesotae; head setae 5-C and 7-C usually with fewer than 6 and 9 branches respectively, seta 4-X (ventral brush) of anal segment generally with 18 or fewer setae.

Culoptila sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cultus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cyclocypris sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cyclops insignis

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cyclops scutifer

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cyclops sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cymatia americana

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Colymbetes sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Coptotomus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cordulia shurtleffi

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cordulia sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Corisella tarsalis

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Corydalis cornuta

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cristatella mucedo

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cryptochironomus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Culex territans

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

SeasonalityPresent from early spring to fall, peaking in early to mid summer. IdentificationAbdominal tergites with apical bands of pale silvery scales, otherwise, relatively unmarked. In Alberta, it is easily distinguished from other Culex. Larva: antenna constricted beyond insertion of antennal seta 1-A; head setae 5-C and 6-C with 1 or 2 branches (5-C is very rarely 3-branched).

Culicoides sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Culiseta alaskaensis

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

SeasonalityMay – July. IdentificationAdult: ventral margin of anepisternum, anterodorsal angle of katepisternum, postspiracular area, and underside of paratergite all with patches of scales; second and third tarsomeres with white bands occupying one quarter or more of each segment; hypostigmal area scaled; wing scales aggregated into spots at base of Rs and at R2+3 and R4+5, costa subcosta and radius with scattered white scales, crossveins scaled. Larva: antennae half as long as head capsule; siphon three times longer than greatest width; dorsolateral abdominal setae 1-VI and 1-VII usually double, saddle setae fine and minute, prothoracic setae 1-P single; antennae with coarse spicules. See Wood, Dang & Ellis 1979 pdf

Culiseta inornata

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

SeasonalityEarly spring to late fall. One of the last mosquitoes present in fall. IdentificationAdult: ventral margin of anepisternum, anterodorsal angle of katepisternum, postspiracular area, and underside of paratergite all with patches of scales; tarsomeres dark-scaled; costa, sub-costa and radius with numerous scattered yellow scales; tarsomeres with pale yellow scales; wing scales not aggregated into spots. Palpus of male with terminal segment inflated, largely lacking setae. Larva: antennae half as long as head capsule; siphon three times longer than greatest width; dorsolateral abdominal setae 1-VI and 1-VII usually triple; saddle setae 1-X as long or longer than saddle, usually single.

Culiseta minnesotae

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

SeasonalityMay to mid or late summer. IdentificationPleural areas largely devoid of scales except for a few post-spiracular scales; abdominal tergites banded or patched basally and apically with pale scales; scutal integument reddish-brown; aedeagus sub-parallel sided, broadly rounded or truncate. Larva: very difficult to distinguish from C. morsitans. Antennae as long as head capsule; antennal seta 1-A inserted in the distal third, with branches extending beyond the tip of the antenna; siphon six times longer than greatest width or longer; pecten teeth of the siphon small; head setae 5-C and 7-C usually with more than 6 and 8 branches respectively, seta 4-X (ventral brush) of anal segment generally with 20 or more setae.

Culiseta morsitans

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

SeasonalitySpring to mid or late summer. IdentificationPleural areas largely devoid of scales except for a few post-spiracular scales; abdominal tergites banded or patched only basally with pale scales; scutal inegument dark brown; aedeagus distinctly diamond-shaped, pointed at the apex. Larva: very difficult to distinguish from C. minnesotae. Antennae as long as head capsule; antennal seta 1-A inserted in the distal third, with branches extending beyond the tip of the antenna; siphon six times longer than greatest width or longer; pecten teeth of the siphon larger than minnesotae; head setae 5-C and 7-C usually with fewer than 6 and 9 branches respectively, seta 4-X (ventral brush) of anal segment generally with 18 or fewer setae.

Culoptila sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cultus sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cyclocypris sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cyclops insignis

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cyclops scutifer

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cyclops sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Cymatia americana

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection