“Aquatic Caterpillars, Snout Moths”
“Alderflies, Dobsonflies, and Fishflies”
“Dragonflies and Damselflies”
No genus-level description defined.
Upper Midwest: 3
Engulfer / Predator
Widespread (east of the Rocky Mtns.)
Abdomen with 5 Sharp Stiff Points or 3 Gills
Two Pairs of Wing Pads
5 Short Appendages on End of Abdomen
Dorsal Premental Setae
Margins of Labial Palps Toothed
Prementum and Palps Spoon-like
+ Expanded Character List
Order: Nymph with mask-like labium below chewing mouthparts. Wings developing in wing pads. Segmented legs present, each with two claws.
Family: The stout larva is without conspicuous terminal gills; the palpal lobes (apical projections at the end of the large, retractile labial prementum—“lower lip”) are triangular, much broader apically than basally and with large, irregular teeth.
Genus: Not defined.
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