Subfamily - Phryganeinae

Taxonomic Hierarchy for Freshwater Invertebrate Collection


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7 results for "Phryganeinae"

Agrypnia pagetana

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

SeasonalityAdults fly from May to September. IdentificationAdult heads are light yellowish-brown with white setae and the antennae uniform yellowish-brown. The forewings are a yellowish-brown covered lightly with fine setae and the hindwings are whitish. In males, the clasper is relatively horizontal and deeply bifurcate. The lobes are well separated and parallel. The ventral lobe is tapered, acuminate and shorter than the dorsal lobe (Wiggins, 1998).

Agrypnia sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Banksiola crotchi

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

SeasonalityAdults fly from May to August. IdentificationAdult bodies are brown and the antennae have sharply defined bands of dark and light browns. There is a variable dense pattern of fine brown reticulations on the forewing, with patches of dark blotches. In males, the clasper is claw-like. The lateral arm of the aedeagus is tapered, sigmoid, acuminate and blade-like (Wiggins, 1998).

Banksiola sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Phryganea sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Ptilostomis ocellifera

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

SeasonalityAdults fly from May though to September. IdentificationAdult hindwings usually has a dark brown, angulated marking near the apex and the apical border is darker brown. In males, the cercus is long, slender, and deeply bifurcates to a pair of long, slender processes. The dorsal process is distally rounded and the ventral process is acuminate (Wiggins, 1998).

Ptilostomis sp.

Freshwater Invertebrate Collection

Taxonomic Hierarchy for Freshwater Invertebrate Collection