Trichoptera ofMichigan

This list summarizes records of caddisflyspecies known to occur in Michigan. Nomenclature and organizationroughly follows that of Morse (1993). List organizes families, generaand species' names alphabetically, respectively. This list ismaintained by Ethan Bright.

Last update: 08 August1998

18 families, 67 genera, 226species

Brachycentridae (Integripalpia)
Glossomatidae (Spicipalpia)
Goeridae (=Limnephilidae, part) (Integripalpia)
Helicopsychidae (Integripalpia)
Hydropsychidae (Annulipalpia)
Hydroptilidae (Spicipalpia)
Lepidostomatidae (Integripalpia)
Leptoceridae (Integripalpia)
Limnephilidae (Integripalpia)
Molannidae (Integripalpia)
Odontoceridae (Integripalpia)
Philopotamidae (Annulipalpia)
Phryganeidae (Integripalpia)
Polycentropodidae (Annulipalpia)
Psychomyiidae (Annulipalpia)
Rhyacophilidae (Spicipalpia)
Sericostomatidae (Integripalpia)
Uenoidae (=Limnephilidae, part) (Integripalpia)
PotentialRecords - Species that should be foundin Michigan

LiteratureCited


Brachycentridae - 2 genera, 6species

Brachycentrusamericanus (Banks, 1899Oligoplectrum) - Benzie (LL), Crawford (LL); Gogebic (LL); GrandTraverse (LL); Iron (LL); Lake (LL); Marquette (leg. J. N. Lowe, E.Br. Chocolay R., 06 July 1928, id E. Bright 1996); Ogemaw (Ellis,1962)

Brachycentrusfuliginosus Walker, 1852 -Crawford, S. Br. Au Sable R., 1 f, 30-V-1948, leg. C. L. Hess(LL1949a); Lake, Pere Marquette R., 3 m, 10 f, 09-10-VI-1947, JWL andFAL (LL1949a)

Brachycentrus incanus Hagen, 1861- St. Clair (LL)

Brachycentruslateralis (Say, 1823Phryganea)- Calhoun (larva, J. Doubles, S. Br. Kalamazoo R. at Condit Rd., T35SR4W S. 21, 03-III-92, id E. Bright 1996); Crawford (LL); Lake (LL);St. Clair (LL)

Brachycentrusnumerosus (Say, 1823Phryganea ) - Allegan (LL); Calhoun (leg. 03 March 1992 by J.Doubles, S. Br. Kalamazoo R. at F Rd., id E. Bright 1996); Crawford(LL); Grand Traverse (LL); Lake (LL); Livingston (leg. J. Doubles,Portage Cr. 04 Feb 1992, id. E. Bright 1996); Oakland (Bidlack 1997);Ogemaw (Ellis, 1962 - author suspects specimens may have flown infrom Rifle River area); Otsego (LL)

Micrasema rusticum (Hagen, 1868 Dasystoma) - Benzie (LL);Branch (LL); Cheboygan (LL); Crawford (LL); Grand Traverse (LL); Lake(LL); Montmorency (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis, 1962); Oscoda (LL); PresqueIsle (LL)


Glossomatidae - 3 genera, 7species

Agapetus hessi Leonard and Leonard, 1949(a) - Crawford, holotype, paratype, S. Br. Au Sable R., T25N R2W S.21, 17,23,27-VI-1948, leg. C. L. Hess (LL1949a)

Agapetus sp. 1 - Oakland (Bidlack 1997 - species to bedescribed)

Glossosomaintermedium (Klapálek, 1892Mystrophora) - Ogemaw (Ellis 1962)

Glossosoma nigrior Banks, 1911 - most abundant and widely distributedspecies of caddisfly in the gravel-bottomed trout streams of Michigan- Allegan (LL); Benzie (LL); Crawford (LL); Grand Traverse (LL);Houghton (LL); Iron (LL); Lake (LL); Mackinac (LL); Manistee (LL);Montmorency (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (LL, Ellis 1962);Ontonagon (LL); Oscoda (LL); Otsego (LL); Van Buren (LL); Washtenaw(M. Wiley, pers. comm.)

Protoptila erotica Ross, 1938 - Crawford (LL); Oscoda (LL)

Protoptila maculata (Hagen, 1861) - Davis et al. 1991

Protoptila tenebrosa (Walker, 1852 Hydroptila) - Benzie (LL);Lake (LL); Montmorency (LL); Ogemaw (LL, Ellis 1962); Oscoda(LL)


Goeridae - 1 genus, 1 species
(or Limnephilidae:Goerinae, Wiggens 1977 and 1984)

Goera stylata Ross, 1938 - Crawford (LL); Gogebic (LL); GrandTraverse (LL); Lake (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis,1962)


Helicopsychidae - 1 genus, 1species

Helicopscyhe borealis (Hagen, 1861 Notidobia) - widespread -Benzie (LL); Branch (LL); Calhoun (larva, leg. and id by J. Doubles,S. Br. Kalamazoo R. at J Rd., T35S R4W S. 29, 03-III-92); Cheboygan(LL); Crawford (LL); Delta (LL); Genesee (LL); Gogebic (LL); GrandTraverse (LL); Ingham (LL); Lake (LL); Lenawee (LL); Mackinac (LL);Mason (LL); Oakland (CR - Shiawassee R. at Eage Rd., Wiley Lab 1996,Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis, 1962); Otsego (LL); Presque Isle (LL);Roscommon (LL); Van Buren (LL); Washtenaw (EB); Wexford (LL)


Hydropsychidae - 8 genera, 33species

Arctopsyche ladogensis (Kolenati, 1859Aphelocheira) - Marquette (LL)

Ceratopsyche alhedra (Ross, 1939) - Houghton (26 Aug. 1949, N. Br. OtterRiver, leg. and id. LL, as Hydropsycheriola Denning, 1942, UMMZ coll.) -new staterecord

Ceratopsyche alternans(Walker, 1852 Hydropsyche), (syn.Hydropsyche (slossonae) recurvataBanks, 1914) - Chippewa, recorded asH. recurvata (LL); Sanilac; recorded as H. recurvata (LL); Wayne(Davis et al. 1991)

Ceratopsyche bronta (Ross, 1938 Hydropsyche) - Branch(LL); Ingham (LL); Lake (LL); Mecosta (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997);Ogemaw (LL)

Ceratopsychechelilonis (Ross, 1938Hydropsyche) - Ingham (LL); Ogemaw (LL); Washtenaw (LL)

Ceratopsyche morosa (Hagen, 1861 Hydropsyche) - Crawford(LL); Oscoda (LL); Washtenaw: Huron R. (LL, as H. bifida Banks1905)

Ceratopsycheslossonae (Banks, 1905Hydropsyche) - abundant and widely distributed species ofHydropsyche in Michigan trout streams - Alcona (LL); Allegan (LL);Benzie (LL); Crawford (LL); Kent (LL); Lake (LL); Montmorency (LL);Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (LL, Ellis 1962); Ottawa (LL); VanBuren (LL)

Ceratopsyche sparna (Ross, 1938 Hydropsyche) - abundantand widely distributed species of Hydropsyche in Michigantrout streams - Crawford (LL); Emmet (LL); Grand Traverse (LL); Lake(LL); Montmorency (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (LL, Ellis1962); Otsego (LL); Van Buren (LL)

Ceratopsyche vexa (Ross, 1938 Hydropsyche) - Crawford(LL)

Ceratopsyche walkeri (Betten and Mosely, 1940 Hydropsyche) - Crawford(LL); Oscoda (LL); Presque Isle (LL)

Cheumatopsyche analis (Banks, 1903 Hydropsyche) NOMEN DUBIUM- Benzie (LL); Crawford (LL); Genesee (LL); Hillsdale (LL); Ingham(LL); Kent (LL); Lake (LL); Lapeer (LL); Lenawee (LL); Ogemaw (LL,Ellis 1962); Ontonagen (LL); Van Buren (LL)

Cheumatopsycheaphanta Ross, 1938 - Crawford (LL);Oakland (Bidlack 1997)

Cheumatopsychecampyla Ross, 1938 - Berrien (LL);Crawford (LL); Gladwin (id. L., UMMZ coll., leg. 25 June 1950);Ingham (LL); Kent (LL); Oakland (LL, Bidlack 1997)); Ontonagon (LL);St. Clair (Davis et al. 1991); Van Buren (LL); Washtenaw (LL); Wayne(LL, Davis et al. 1991)

Cheumatopsychegracilis (Banks, 1899Hydropsyche) - Crawford (LL); Lake (LL); Mecosta (LL); Ogemaw(Ellis 1962); Otsego (LL)

Cheumatopsyche oxa Ross, 1938 - Branch (LL); Crawford (LL); Iosco (LL);Lake (LL); Newaygo (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962);Van Buren (LL)

Cheumatopsychepettiti (Banks, 1908Hydropsyche) - Oakland (Bidlack 1997)

Cheumatopsychesordida (Hagen, 1861Hydropsyche) - Iosco (LL); Van Buren (LL)

Cheumatopsychespeciosa (Banks, 1904Hydropsyche) - St. Clair (Davis et al. 1991); Wayne (Davis et al.1991)

Diplectrona modesta Banks, 1908 - rare, from tiny, spring-fed brooks - Lake(LL); Mason (LL); Montmorency (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997)

Hydropsyche aerata Ross, 1938 - Berrien (LL); Kent (LL)

Hydropsyche betteni Ross, 1938 - Allegan (LL); Branch (LL); Ingham (LL);Livingston (larva, J. Doubles, Portage Cr., 04-II-92; ESGR, Ruiter1995, UMMZ coll.); Montmorency (LL); Oakland (LL, Bidlack 1997);Ogemaw (LL); Van Buren (LL); Washtenaw (LL); Wayne - Huron R. project(EB)

Hydropsyche bidens Ross, 1938 - Kalamazoo (LL); Kent (LL); Ottawa (LL);Van Buren (LL)

Hydropsyche cuanis Ross, 1938 - Branch (LL); Genesee (LL)

Hydropsyche dicantha Ross, 1938 - Van Buren (LL)

Hydropsyche frisoni Ross, 1938 - Branch (LL); Crawford (LL); Ingham(LL)

Hydropsyche incommoda Hagen, 1861 - Davis et al. 1991

Hydropsyche leonardi Ross, 1938 - Crawford (LL); Washtenaw (LL)

Hydropsyche orris Ross, 1938 - Berrien (LL); Kent (LL); Oakland (LL); VanBuren (LL)

Hydropsychephalerata Hagen, 1861 - St. Clair (Davis et al. 1991); Washtenaw(LL), MFO & EB from Huron R. at Huron Mills Metropark, 6-Nov-98 -larvae; Wayne (LL, Davis et al. 1991)

Hydropsyche valanis Ross, 1938 - Davis et al. 1991

Macronemum zebratum (Hagen, 1861 Macronema) - Berrien (LL);Calhoun (EB, 1992); Ingham (LL); Lenawee (LL); Van Buren (LL);Washtenaw (LL); Wayne (LL, Davis et al. 1991)

Parapscyhe apicalis (Banks, 1908 Arctopsyche) - Benzie(LL); Lake (LL); Marquette (EB, 1997); Montmorency (LL); Ogemaw(Ellis 1962); Oceana (LL)

Potamyia flava (Hagen, 1861 Macronema) - Berrien (LL);Crawford (LL); Kent (LL); Lake (LL); Van Buren (LL). Larger, warmerwaters (LL)


Hydroptilidae - 8 genera, 30species

Agrayleamultipunctata Curtis, 1834 -Crawford (LL); Isabella (id. L., UMMZ coll., leg. 09 September 1950);Kalamazoo (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962);Roscommon (LL)

Hydroptila armata Ross, 1938 - Branch (LL); Genesee (LL); Kent (LL);Lenawee (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997)

Hydroptila callia Denning, 1948 - maybe widely distributed - Crawford(LL)

Hydroptila consimilis Morton, 1905 - Crawford (LL); Lake (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis1962)

Hydroptila hamata Morton, 1905 - Benzie (LL); Crawford (LL)

Hydroptila metoeca Blicke & W. J. Morse, 1954 - Oakland (Bidlack1997)

Hydroptila perdita Morton, 1905 - Benzie (LL); Kent (LL)

Hydroptila spatulata Morton, 1905 - Kent (LL)

Hydroptila valhalla Denning, 1947 - Crawford (LL)

Hydroptila waubesiana Betten, 1934 - Benzie (LL); Oakland (Bidlack1997)

Hydroptila wyomia Denning, 1948 - widely distributed - Crawford(LL)

Leucotrichia pictipes (Banks, 1911 Orthotrichia) - Mason(LL); Mecosta (LL); Newaygo (LL)

Mayatrichia ayama Mosely, 1937 - Crawford (LL)

Neotrichia halia Denning, 1948 - Davis et al. 1991

Ochrotrichia arva (Ross, 1941 Polytrichia) - Ogemaw(Ellis 1962)

Ochrotrichia spinosa (Ross, 1938 Polytrichiai)- Oakland (Bidlack 1997)

Ochrotrichia tarsalis (Hagen, 1861 Hydroptila) - Davis et al.1991

Orthotrichiaaegerfasciella (Chambers, 1873Clymene) -Davis et al. 1991; Oakland (Bidlack 1997)

Orthotrichia baldufi Kingsolver & Ross, 1961 - Oakland (Bidlack1997)

Orthotrichia cristata Morton, 1905 - Kalkaska (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997);Davis et al. 1991

Orthotrichia curta Kingsolver & Ross, 1961 - Oakland (Bidlack1997)

Oxyethira coercens Morton, 1905 - Oakland (Bidlack 1997)

Oxyethira forcipata Mosely, 1934 - Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Oceana (holotypelocation) (LL)

Oxyethira grisea Betten, 1934 - Oakland (Bidlack 1997)

*Oxyethiramichiganensis Mosely, 1934 - nospecimens seen, no locality data; loosely place by Mosely inMichigan, U.S.A.

Oxyethira obtatus Denning, 1947 - Oakland (Bidlack 1997)

Oxyethira pallida (Banks, 1904 Orthotrichia) - Oakland(Bidlack 1997); Davis et al. 1991

Oxyethira serrata Ross, 1938 - Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Roscommon(LL)

Oxyethira verna Ross, 1938 - Davis et al. 1991 - not new record, checkprior literature; Oakland (Bidlack 1997)

Oxyethira zeronia Ross, 1941 - Houghton, holotype from Twin Lake (LL);Oakland (Bidlack 1997)


Lepidostomatidae - 1 genus, 6species

Lepidostoma bryanti (Banks, 1908 Alepomyia) - Benzie (LL);Crawford, allotype, Au Sable R., T26N R2W, S.12, 1 f, 03-VI-1948,leg. JWL & FAL (LL1949a); Grand Traverse (LL); Lake (LL);Montmorency (LL); Ogemaw (LL, Ellis 1962)

Lepidostoma cinereum (Banks, 1899 Silo), (syn.L. strophe Ross, 1938) - Benzie, recorded as L. strophis (LL);Crawford, recorded as L.strophis (LL); Montmorency, recorded asL. strophis (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis, 1962, recorded as L. strophis)

Lepidostoma costale (Banks, 1914 Olemira) - Crawford (LL);Montmorency (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis, 1962)

Lepidostoma griseum (Banks, 1911 Phanopsyche) - Crawford(LL); Montmorency (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis, 1962)

Lepidostoma sackeni (Banks, 1936 Mormomyia) - Crawford(LL); Montmorency (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis, 1962)

Lepidostoma togatum (Hagen, 1861 Mormomyia) - Cheboygan(LL); Crawford (LL); Lake (LL); Mackinac (LL); Montmorency (LL);Ogemaw (Ellis, 1962); Oscoda (LL)


Leptoceridae - 7 genera, 40species

Ceraclea alagma (Ross, 1938 Athripsodes) - Barry (LL);Crawford (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962); Van Buren(LL)

Ceraclea annulicornis (Stephens, 1836 Leptocerus) - Lake(LL)

Ceraclea arielles (Denning, 1942 Athripsodes) - abudantalong Au Sable in 1948 - Crawford, one record as this species,another as C. pfadti (Denning, 1942 Athripsodes) (LL); Lake(LL)

Ceraclea cancellata (Betten, 1934 Leptocerus) - Crawford(LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962)

Ceraclea diluta (Hagen, 1861 Leptocerus) - Antrim (LL);Berrien (LL); Crawford (LL); Lake (LL); Oakland (Bidlack1997);Washtenaw (LL)

Ceraclea erratica (Milne, 1936 Athripsodes) - Davis etal. 1991

Ceraclea excisa (Morton, 1904 Leptocerus), (syn.C. scopulosa Leonard and Leonard, 1949a) - Gogebic, Sucker L., T45NR40W S.12-13, recorded as C.scopulosa - (holotype), leg. L. R.Anderson (LL1949a)

Ceraclea flava (Banks, 1904 Leptocerus) - Ingham(LL)

Ceraclea maculata (Banks, 1899 Leptocerus) - Oakland(Bidlack 1997)

Ceraclea mentica (Walker, 1852 Leptocerus) - Davis et al.1991

Ceraclea neffi (Resh, 1974 Athripsodes) - Davis etal. 1991

Ceraclea nepha (Ross, Athripsodes) - Crawford(LL); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962)

Ceraclea punctuata (Banks, 1894 Mystacides)

Ceraclea resurgens (Walker, 1852 Leptocerus) - Berrien(LL); Crawford (LL); Lake (LL); Mackinac (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962,recorded as Athripsodesresurgens (Walker))

Ceracleatarsipunctata (Vorhies, 1909Leptocerus) - Cheboygan (LL); Crawford (LL); Ingham (LL); Lake(LL); Livingston, leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995,UMMZ coll.; Mackinac (LL); Marquette (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997);Oceana (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962, recorded as Athripsodes tarsipunctatus); Ottawa (LL); Van Buren (LL)

Ceraclea transversa (Hagen, 1861 Leptocerus), (syn.C. angusta(Banks, 1914 Leptocerus)) - Crawford, one record as this species, another asC. angusta (LL); Ingham 1 record as C.angusta; Lake, 1 record asC. angusta; Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962, recordedas Athripsodestransversus)

Ceraclea wetzeli (Ross, 1941 Athripsodes) - Crawford(LL)

Leptocerus americanus (Banks, 1899 Setodes) - Crawford (LL);Lake (LL); Lenawee (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962);Ottawa (LL), Van Buren (LL)

Mystacides interjecta (Banks, 1914Oecetina),(syn. M. longicornis (of authors not Linnaeus, 1758)) - Cheboygan (LL,recorded as M.longicornis ); Crawford (LL, recordedas M. longicornis ); Gogebic(LL, recorded as M. longicornis ); Oakland(Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962, recorded as M. longicornis); Roscommon(LL, recorded as M.longicornis); St. Joseph (LL, recordedas M. longicornis)

Mystacidessepulchralis (Walker, 1852Leptocerus) - widespread - Alger (LL); Benzie (LL); Branch (LL);Cheboygan (LL); Crawford (LL); Dickinson (LL); Gogebic (LL); Houghton(LL); Ingham (LL); Kalkaska (LL); Keweenaw (LL); Lake (LL); Mecosta(id. L., UMMZ coll., leg. 17 June 1950); Montmorency (LL); Oakland(Bidlack 1997); Oceana (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis, 1962); Ontonagon (LL);Oscoda (LL); Presque Isle (LL); Roscommon (LL); St. Joseph(LL)

Nectopsyche albida (Walker, 1852 Leptocerus) - widespread -Benzie (LL); Charlevoix (LL); Cheboygan (LL); Crawford (LL); Gogebic(LL); Grand Traverse (LL); Ingham (LL); Kalamazoo (LL); Kalkaska(LL); Lake (LL); Mackinac (LL); Mecosta (id. L., UMMZ coll., leg. 17June 1950); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962, recorded as Leptocella albida(Walker)); Presque Isle (LL); Roscommon (LL); St. Joseph (LL);Washtenaw (LL)

Nectopsyche diarina (Ross, 1944 Leptocella) - Berrien(LL)

Nectopsyche exquisita (Walker, 1852 Leptocerus) - Berrien(LL); Cheboygan (LL); Crawford (LL); Oceana (LL)

Nectopsyche pavida (Hagen, 1861 Setodes) - Cheboygan (LL);Houghton (LL); Oscoda (LL)

Oecetis avara (Banks, 1895 Setodes) - Crawford (LL);Kalamazoo (R; in LL); Lake (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962); Ontonagon (R,in LL) June 5 - July 3, August 22 (LL)

Oecetis cinerascens (Hagen, 1861 Setodes) - Davis et al.1991; Livingston, leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995,UMMZ coll.; Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962)

Oecetis immobilis (Hagen, 1861 Setodes) - Bay (id. L.,UMMZ coll., M leg. 18 June 1950); Houghton (LL); Oakland (Bidlack1997)

Oecetis inconspicua (Walker, 1852 Leptocerus) - widespread -Alpena (L, 22 July 1946, UMMZ coll.); Arenac (id. L., UMMZ coll.,leg. M 18 June 1950); Cheboygan (LL); Crawford (LL); Gogebic (LL);Grand Traverse (LL); Houghton (LL); Huron (LL); Ingham (LL); Keweenaw(LL); Lake (LL); Livingston, leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id.Ruiter 1995, UMMZ coll.; Mackinac (LL); Menominee (LL); Muskegon (id.L., UMMZ coll., leg. 10 August 1946); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Oceana(LL); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962); Ontonagon (LL); Otsego (LL); Ottawa (LL);Roscommon (LL); Van Buren (LL)

Oecetis osteni Milne, 1934 - Crawford (LL); Grand Traverse (LL);Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Oceana (LL); Van Buren (LL); Washtenaw(LL)

Oecetis persimilis (Banks, 1907 Oecetina) - Crawford (LL);Kalamazoo (Floyd); Lake (LL); Oakland (Floyd, Bidlack 1997)

Setodes incertus (Walker, 1852 Leptocerus) - Cheboygan(LL); Crawford (LL); Lake (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis, 1962)

Setodes oligius (Ross, 1938 Leptocerus) - Antrim (LL);Cheboygan (LL); Crawford (LL); Wayne (LL)

Triaenodes abus Milne, 1935 - Cheboygan (leg. R. R. Dreisbach 2 July1950, id L); Chippewa (mouth of Tahquamenon R., 1991 JBG, in Glover1996); Ingham (LL); Lake (LL); Livingston, leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZ coll.; Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ottawa(LL); Schoolcraft (leg. E. Beard July 1949, id L); Washtenaw(LL)

Triaenodes baris Ross, 1938 - Alcona (leg. 29 June 1951 E. Schultz, idL); Chippewa (1991, Tahquamenon R. by JBG, in Glover 1996); Crawford(LL); Livingston (ESGR leg. I. J. Cantrall 2-3 June 1951, id L);Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Otsego (leg. 19 June 1949 R. J. Ellis, id. K.Manuel 1980)

Triaenodes dipsius Ross, 1938 - Gogebic (leg. LL 25 June 1949 from MudCreek, L49-263, T48N R47W Sec. 10, id. K. Manuel 1982); Oakland(Bidlack 1997)

Triaenodes flavescens Banks, 1900 - Davis et al. 1991

Triaenodes ignitus (Walker, 1852 Leptocerus) - Crawford(LL); Emmet (1972 W. Br. Maple R. by Bar & Smith, in Glover1996); Lake (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Otsego (leg. R. J. Ellis 29July 1949, id L); Preque Isle (leg. and id LL, 30 July 1949)

Triaenodes injustus (Hagen 1861Setodes) - Alpena (id. L., UMMZ coll.,leg. 22 July 1946); Benzie? (EB); Cheboygan (Douglas Lake, 1951 N. A.Walker, id K. Manuel 1982, UMMZ coll.); Crawford (LL); Houghton (leg.16, 30 July 1949 N. Br. Otter River, T52N R35W S.25 by LL, id. L);Ingham (LL); Kalamazoo (G. B. Wiggens, in Glover 1996); Livingston(ESGR, leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1951, id by K. Manuel 1982, UMMZ coll.);Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962); Van Buren (LL);Washtenaw (Ross, in LL); Wayne (LL)

Triaenodes marginatus Sibley, 1926 - Cheboygan (LL); Chippewa (leg. R. M.Bailey & sons, 03 Sep 1948, id L); Crawford (LL); Dickinson (LL);Grand Traverse (leg. 05 Aug 1950 E. B. Hayden, id L); Ingham (LL);Lake (LL); Livingston (ESGR, leg. I. J. Cantrall 1951, id L); Oakland(Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962); Preque Isle (leg. and id LL, 30July 1949); St. Clair (LL); Van Buren (LL)

Triaenodes nox Ross, 1941 - Benzie (EB 1996, larva); Chippewa (TankLake, 1991 CUAC, in Glover 1996); Lake (leg. 05 July 1947 LL, id L);Livingston (ESGR, leg. I. J. Cantrall 1951, id L); Mecosta (leg. R.R. Dreisbach, id. L); Oakland (Bidlack 1997)

Triaenodes tardus Milne, 1934 - Crawford (LL); Hillsdale (leg. C. E.Moody 25 July 1950, id K. Manuel 1982); Kalamazoo (LL); Lake (id. K.Manuel 1982, leg. LL 1947); Livingston (LL, ESGR by Crane 1964, inGlover 1996, also ESGR in 1952 by I. J. Cantrall, id. by Ruiter);Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Oceana (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962); Van Buren(LL); Washtenaw (LL)


Limnephilidae - 13 genera, 37 species -(See also Goeridae and Uenoidae)

Anabolia bimaculata (Walker, 1852 Limnephilus) - Crawford(LL); Dickinson (LL); Gogebic (LL); Gratiot (LL); Lake (LL);Marquette (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (LL, Ellis 1962);Schoolcraft (LL); Washtenaw (LL)

Anabolia consocia (Walker, 1852 Limnephilus) - Cheboygan(LL); Crawford (LL); Gogebic (LL); Ingham (LL); Lake (LL);Livingston, leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZcoll.; Montmorency (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (LL, Ellis1962); Ontonagon (LL); Washtenaw (LL)

Anabolia ozburni (Milne, 1935 Arctoecia) - Crawford,23-VI-1948 and 05-VII-1948, Au Sable R., 7 m, 14 f, (LL1949a);Dickinson (LL); Gratiot (LL); Livingston, leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZ coll.; Oakland (Bidlack, 1997)

Asynarchus montanus (Banks, 1907 Anabolia) - Livingston,leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZ coll.; Oakland(Bidlack 1997)

Frenesia missa Milne, 1935 - Crawford (LL); Lake (LL); Livingston,leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZ coll.;Montmorency (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962)

Glyphopsyche irrorata (Fabricius, 1781 Phryganea) - Marquette(EB, 1996); Montmorency (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962)

Hesperophylaxdesignatus (Walker, 1852Limnephilus) - Alcona (LL); Crawford (LL); Lake (LL); Montmorency(LL); Oceana (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962, as H. incisus Banks, 1943);Oscoda (LL); Wexford (LL)

Hydatophylax argus (Harris, 1869 Phryganea) - listed in LLas Astenophylax argus - Crawford (LL); Lake (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997);Oscoda (LL)

Ironoquiapunctatissima (Walker, 1852Halesus) -Crawford (LL); Lake (LL); Livingston, leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952 ESGR,id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZ coll.; Macomb (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997);Ogemaw (Ellis 1962, recorded as Caboriuspunctatissimus (Walker))

Leptophylax gracilis Banks, 1900 - Ingham (LL); Ionia (id. L., UMMZ coll.,leg. 10 June 1950); Lenawee (LL); Montmorency (LL); Washtenaw(LL)

Limnephilus sp. 1 - Crawford (LL); Livingston (LL). Checked Reiter,still unknown, male lost?

Limnephiluscanadensis Banks, 1908 - Oakland(Bidlack 1997)

Limnephilus dispar McLachlan, 1875 - Livingston, leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZ coll.

Limnephilus externus Hagen, 1861 - Crawford (LL)

Limnephilus hyalinus Hagen, 1861 - Cheboygan (LL)

Limnephilus indivisus Walker, 1852 - widespread - Alpena (R); Calhoun (R);Charlevoix (LL); Cheboygan (LL); Crawford (LL); Delta (R); Gratiot(R); Hillsdale (R); Ingham (LL); Jackson (R); Kalamazoo (R); Kent(LL); Keweenaw (LL); Lake (LL); Lapeer (LL); Leelanau (R); Livingston(LL, ESGR 1952, leg. I. J. Cantrall, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZ coll.);Macomb (LL); Mason (LL); Midland (R); Oakland (R; Bidlack 1997);Ogemaw (Ellis 1962); Shiawassee (R); Washtenaw (LL); Wayne (LL);Wexford (LL)

Limnephilusinfernalis (Banks, 1914Anisogamus) - (Lake Roland) Houghton (LL)

Limnephilus moestus Banks, 1908 - Crawford (LL); Dickinson (LL);Montmorency (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (LL, Ellis1962)

Limnephilus ornatus Banks, 1897 - Crawford (LL); Livingston, leg. I. J.Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZ coll.; Montmorency (LL);Oakland (Bidlack 1997)

Limnephilus pallens (Banks, 1920) - Lake Huron, surface drift, six fathombank, 23 June 1991, P. Hudson (R); disjunct population, glacialrelict, other populations known only from Alaska and NWT

Limnephilus parvulus (Banks, 1905 Stenophylax ?) - Oakland(Bidlack 1997)

Limnephilus perpusillusWalker, 1852 - Livingston, leg. I.J. Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZ coll.; Oakland (Bidlack1997)

Limnephilus rhombicus (Linnaeus, 1758 Phryganea) - Barry (LL);Cheboygan (LL); Crawford (LL); Montmorency (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis1962)

Limnephilus rossi Leonard and Leonard, 1949 - Crawford, holotype, T26NR2W S. 12, Au Sable R., 04-X-1948, 1 m, leg. JWL & FAL (LL1949a);Montmorency, paratypes, T29N R2E S.25, Hunt Cr. 17-IX-1940, 10 m(LL1949a); 18-IX-1940, 3 m, leg. JWL & FAL, 06-X-1940, leg. E.L.Cooper & JWL, 1 m.

Limnephilus sackeni Banks, 1930 - Chippewa (R, Sault Saint Marie R, O.Sacken, 8 Sep (holotype); Macomb (Davis et al. 1991)

Limnephilus sericeus (Say, 1824 Phryganea) - mostprevalent species of Limnephilus seen along theAu Sable river during the 1948 season, but Ellis (1962) only rarelyfound it in Houghton Creek, Ogemaw Co. - Crawford (LL); Dickson (LL);Kalamazoo (R); Livingston, leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter1995, UMMZ coll.; Ogemaw (Ellis 1962)

Limnephilussubmonilifer Walker, 1852 - Branch(LL); Crawford (LL); Genesee (LL); Grand Traverse (LL); Gratiot (id.L., UMMZ coll., leg. 16 September 1950); Hillsdale (LL); Ingham (LL);Kalamazoo (R); Keweenaw (LL); Lake (LL); Lapeer (LL); Lenawee (LL);Livingston (LL, 1952 ESGR, leg. I. J. Cantrall, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZcoll.); Montmorency (LL); Muskegon (LL); Oakland (LL; Bidlack 1997);Ogemaw (LL, Ellis 1962); Roscommon (LL); St. Joseph (LL); Washtenaw(LL); Wayne (LL)

Nemotaulius hostilis (Hagen, 1873 Glyphotaelius) -Dickinson, listed as Glyphotaelius (LL);Oakland (Bidlack 1997)

Onocosmoecus unicolor (Banks, 1897 Anabolia) - rare -Marquette (leg. J. N. Lowe, E. Br. Chocolay R., 06 July 1928, id E.Bright 1996); Montmorency, one record reported as Discomoecus quadrinotatus(Banks, 1908 Anabolia) (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962)

Platycentropusindistinctus (Walker, 1852Limnephilus) - Otsego (LL)

Platycentropus amicus (Hagen, 1861 Hallesus) - Benzie, PlatteR. (holotype of P.plectrus Ross, 1938 ) (LL), specimendescribed by Ross 1938, Crawford, Allotype, Au Sable R. T26N R2W S.12, 23-VIII-1948, JWL & FAL (LL, Leonard and Leonard 1949a);Dickinson, one record as P.plectrus Ross, 1938 (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis1962, recorded as P.plectrus)

Platycentropusradiatus (Say, 1824 Phryganea) - Crawford(LL); Dickinson (LL); Gogebic (LL); Keweenaw (LL); Lake (LL);Livingston (LL, ESGR, leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952, id. by Ruiter 1995,UMMZ coll.); Menominee (LL); Oakland (LL, Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw(Ellis 1962); Washtenaw (LL)

Psychoglyphasubborealis (Banks, 1924Chilostigma) - Montmorency (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962)

Pycnopsyche aglona Ross, 1941 - Oakland (Bidlack 1997)

Pycnopsyche antica (Walker, 1852 Neuronia) - Crawford (LL);Macomb (LL); Montmorency (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis1962); Washtenaw (LL)

Pycnopsyche guttifer (Walker, 1852 Halesus) - Cheboygan (LL);Crawford (LL); Ingham (Banks, 1907, as P. similis) (LL); Lake(LL); Montmorency (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962);Schoolcraft (Banks, 1907, as P.similis) (LL); Van Buren (LL)

Pycnopsyche lepida (Hagen, 1861 Enoicyla) - Benzie (LL);Charlevoix (LL); Crawford (LL); Dickinson (LL); Gogebic (LL); Lake(LL); Livingston, leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995,UMMZ coll.; Macomb (LL); Montmorency (LL); Oakland (LL, Bidlack1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962); Van Buren (LL); Washtenaw (LL)

Pycnopsychesubfasciata (Say, 1828Phryganea)- Ingham (LL); Mason (LL)


Molannidae - 1 genus, 4 species

Molanna blenda Sibley, 1926 - Crawford (LL); Oakland (Bidlack1997)

Molanna flavicornis Banks, 1914 - Charlevoix (LL); Cheboygan (LL); Crawford(LL); Gogebic (LL); Houghton (LL); Mackinac (LL); Roscommon (LL);Wexford (LL)

Molanna tryphena Betten, 1934 - Branch (LL); Crawford (LL); GrandTraverse (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962); Van Buren(LL)

Molanna uniophila Vorhies, 1909 - widespread - Antrim (LL); Arenac (id.L., UMMZ coll., leg. M 18 June 1950); Bay (id. L., UMMZ coll., leg. M18 June 1950); Branch (LL); Charlevoix (LL); Crawford (LL); GrandTraverse (LL); Houghton (LL); Ingham (LL); Kalkaska (LL); Kent (LL);Lake (LL); Mackinac (LL); Marquette (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997);Ogemaw (LL, Ellis 1962); Ontonagon (LL); Roscommon (LL), St. Jospeh(LL)


Odontoceridae - 1 genus, 1species

Psilotreta indecisa (Walker, 1852) - Delta, Escanba R., T41N, R23W, Sec.07, 18 April 1949, leg. S. Lievense (generic identification byLeonard, species by EB on 11 December 1997); Oakland, Huron R.,Bidlack 1997) - NewState Record


Philopotamidae - 2 genera, 5species

Chimarra aterrima Hagen, 1861 - widely distributed in trout streams -Allegan (LL); Benzie (LL); Calhoun Co. (larva, leg. J. Doubles, S.Br. Kalamazoo R. at J Rd., T35S R4W S. 29, 03-III-92, id E. Bright1996); Cheboygan (LL); Crawford (LL); Dickinson (LL); Grand Traverse(LL); Lake (LL); Montmorency (LL); Newaygo (LL); Oakland (Bidlack1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962); Ontonagon (LL); Presque Isle (LL);Washtenaw (LL)

Chimarra feria Ross, 1941 - Crawford (LL); Lake (LL)

Chimarra obscura (Walker, 1852 ?Beraea) - Benzie (LL);Crawford (LL); Ingham (LL); Livingston (larva, J. Doubles, PortageCr., 04-II-92); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (LL); Presque Isle(LL); Van Buren (LL); Washtenaw (larva, J. Doubles, Huron R. atHudson Mills, 04-II-92, id E. Bright 1996)

Chimarra socia Hagen, 1861 - Arenac (LL); Cheboygan (LL); Crawford(LL); Gogebic (LL); Oscoda (LL); Presque Isle (LL); Tuscola(LL)

Dolophilodes distinctus (Walker, 1852Philopotamus) - Allegan (LL); Benzie (LL); Cheboygan (LL); Crawford(LL); Gogebic (LL); Grand Traverse (LL); Lake (LL); Marquette (leg.J. N. Lowe, E. Br. Chocolay R., 06 July 1928, id E. Bright 1996);Montmorency (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962); Presque Isle (LL)


Phryganeidae - 8 genera, 16species

Agrypnia colorata Hagen, 1873 - Charlevoix (LL); Cheboygan (LL); Crawford(LL)

Agrypnia improba (Hagen, 1873 Phryganea) - only onerecord seen - Dickinson (LL)

Agrypnia straminea Hagen, 1873 - Cheboygan (LL); Houghton (LL); Oakland(Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962); Ontonagon (LL)

Agrypnia vestita (Walker, 1852 Neuronia) - Lake (LL);Livingston (LL, leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZcoll.); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Washtenaw (LL); Wayne (LL)

Banksiola crotchi Banks, 1943 - widespread - Berrien, recorded asBanksiola selina Betten, 1943 (LL); Charlevoix, recorded asB. selinaBetten, 1943 (LL); Cheboygan, recorded as B. selina Betten, 1943(LL); Chippewa, recorded as B.selina Betten, 1943 (LL); Crawford ,recorded as B. selina Betten, 1943 (LL); Dickinson, recorded asB. selinaBetten, 1943 (LL); Huron, recorded as B.selina Betten, 1943 (LL); Lake,recorded as B. selina Betten, 1943 (LL); Livingston, leg. I. J. Cantrall,1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZ coll.; Oakland (Bidlack 1997);Ogemaw (Ellis 1962, recorded as B.selina); Schoolcraft, recorded asB. selinaBetten, 1943 (LL); Washtenaw, recorded as B. selina Betten, 1943(LL)

Banksiola smithi Banks, 1914 - Cheboygan (LL); Dickinson (LL)

Beothukus complicatus (Banks, 1924 Ecclisomyia) - Mackinac(Armitage and Hudson 199x)

Fabria inornata (Banks, 1907 Neuronia) - Livingston(LL)

Hagenella canadensis (Banks, 1907 Neuronia) - Crawford, AuSable R., 3 m (27-VI-1948, 4-VII-1948, 25-VII-1948 (LL1949a)),recorded as Banksiolacanadensis (Banks, 1907 Neuronia) (LL);Livingston, leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZcoll.; Oakland (Bidlack 1997), Ogemaw, recorded as B. canadensis (Banks, 1907Neuronia)Fontinalis Cr., 1 m (11-VI-1948 (LL1949a)) (LL)

Oligostomisocelligera (Walker, 1852Neuronia)- Washtenaw (LL)

Phryganae cinerea Walker, 1852 - widespread - Bay (LL); Charlevoix (LL);Cheboygan (LL); Crawford (LL); Dickinson (LL); Gogebic (LL); Huron(LL); Iosco (LL); Kalamazoo (LL); Lake (LL); Livingston (LL);Mackinac (LL); Marquette Co. (Bass Lake, leg. J. N. Lowe 1928, id. G.B. Wiggins 1959, UMMZ coll.); Muskegon (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997);Ogemaw (Ellis 1962); Washtenaw (LL); Wayne (LL)

Phryganea sayi Milne, 1931 - Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Washtenaw(LL)

Ptilostomisangustipennis (Hagen, 1873Neuronia)- Crawford (LL); Montmorency (LL); Roscommon (LL)

Ptilostomisocellifera (Walker, 1852Neuronia)- widespread - Alpena (LL); Berrien (LL); Cheboygan (LL); Crawford(LL); Gratiot (LL); Lake (LL); Lapeer (LL); Livingston (LL, also leg.I. J. Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZ coll.); Oakland (LL,Bidlack 1997); Oceana (LL); Ogemaw (LL); Roscommon (LL); Washtenaw(LL); Wayne (LL)

Ptilostomis postica (Walker, 1852 Neuronia) - Berrien (LL);Kent (LL); Lake (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997)

Ptilostomissemifasciata (Say, 1828Phryganea)- widespread - Crawford (LL); Dickinson (LL); Ingham (LL); Keweenaw(LL); Marquette (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Oscoda (LL);Schoolcraft (LL); Washtenaw (LL); Wayne (LL)


Polycentropodidae - 5 genera, 23species

Cyrnellus fraternus (Banks, 1905 Cyrnus) - Allegan,recorded as Cyrnellusmarginalis (Banks, 1930 Nyctiophylax) (LL); Ogemaw(Ellis 1962); Marquette (EB, 12 May 1998, Salmon-Trout R.,EB980512-3); Ottawa, recorded as Cyrnellus marginalis(Banks, 1930 Nyctiophylax) (LL)

Cernotina spicata Ross, 1938 - Montmorency (LL), paratypes collectedalong the East Branch of the Black River

Neureclipsisbimaculata - (Linnaeus, 1758Phryganea)- Davis et al. 1991

Neureclipsiscrepuscularis (Walker, 1852Brachycentrus) - Arenac (LL); Branch (LL); Crawford (LL); GrandTraverse (LL); Lake (LL); Ogemaw (LL, Ellis 1962); St. Clair (Daviset al. 1991); Wayne (Davis et al. 1991)

Neureclipsis valida (Walker, 1852 Polycentropus) - Davis etal. 1991

Nyctiophylax moestus Banks, 1911 - Oakland (Bidlack 1997)

Nyctiophylax uncus Ross, 1944 - common on the Pere Marquette river nearBaldwin in summer 1947, but nowhere else - Lake (LL)

Nyctiophylax vestitus (Hagen, 1861 Polycentropus) NOMENDUBIUM - Alpena (id. L., UMMZ coll., leg. 22 July 1946); Crawford(LL); Ingham (LL); Kalkaska (LL); Lake (LL); Mackinac (LL);Montmorency (LL); Oceana (LL); Ogemaw (LL; Ellis 1962); Ottawa (LL);Washtenaw (LL)
Phylocentropusplacidus (Banks, 1905Holocentropus) - Houghton (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962); Ontonagon (LL);Ottawa (LL)

Polycentropusaureolus (Banks, 1930) - Crawford(LL); Lake (LL); Livingston, leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id.Ruiter 1995, UMMZ coll.; Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis1962)

Polycentropuscinereus Hagen, 1861 - widelydistributed, more abundant in lakes than in streams - Alcona (id. L.,UMMZ coll., leg. M 23 July 1950); Alpena (22 July 1946, L, UMMZcoll.); Cheboygan (LL); Crawford (LL); Gogebic (LL); Grand Traverse(LL); Houghton (LL); Kalkaska (LL); Livingston, leg. I. J. Cantrall,1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZ coll.; Muskegon (LL); Oakland(Bidlack 1997); Oceana (LL); Ogemaw (LL, Ellis 1962); Ontonagon (LL);Roscommon (LL); St. Joseph (LL); Van Buren (LL)

Polycentropus clinei (Milne, 1936 Plectrocnemia) - Oakland(Bidlack 1997)

Polycentropusconfusus Hagen, 1861 - Crawford(LL); Lake (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962)

Polycentropuscrassicornis Walker, 1852 -Crawford (LL); Lake (LL); Livingston, leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952 ESGR,id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZ coll.; Newaygo (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997);Ogemaw (Ellis 1962)

Polycentropus flavus (Banks, 1908 Holocentropus) - Ogemaw(Ellis 1962)

Polycentropusglacialis (Ross, 1938Holocentropus) - Oakland (Bidlack 1997); St. Joseph (LL)

Polycentropusinterruptus (Banks, 1914Holocentropus) - Branch (LL); Crawford (LL); Livingston, leg. I. J.Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZ coll.; Oakland (Bidlack1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962); St. Joseph (LL); Washtenaw (LL)

Polycentropus melanae (Ross, 1938 Holocentropus) - onespecimen taken in the East Branch of the Black River by Ross -Montmorency (LL)

Polycentropus pentus Ross, 1941 - Crawford (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997);Ogemaw (Ellis 1962)

Polycentropus remotus Banks, 1911 - Emmet (LL);Lake (LL); Livingston, leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter1995, UMMZ coll.; Oakland (Bidlack 1997)

Polycentropuspicicornis Stephens, 1836 -Livingston, leg. I. J. Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZcoll.

Polycentropussabulosus Leonard and Leonard,1949a - Crawford (holotype), Au Sable R., T26N R2W S. 12, leg. JWL& FAL, 01-VI-1948, 03-VI-1948 (LL1949a); Ogemaw (Ellis1962)

Polycentropus weedi Blickle & Morse, 1955 - Livingston, leg. I. J.Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZ coll. - new state record?


Psychomyiidae - 2 genera, 2species

Lype diversa (Banks, 1914 Psychomyia) - Crawford(LL); Grand Traverse (LL); Lake (LL); Montmorency (LL); Oakland(Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (LL, Ellis 1962)
Psychomyiaflavida Hagen, 1861 - Allegan (LL);Crawford (LL); Grand Traverse (LL); Lake (LL); Livingston, leg. I. J.Cantrall, 1952 ESGR, id. Ruiter 1995, UMMZ coll.; Mason (LL); Mecosta(LL); Montmorency (LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (LL, Ellis1962); Oscoda (LL); Otsego (LL); Presque Isle (LL); Van Buren(LL)


Rhyacophilidae - 1 genus, 5species

Diagnostic Keys - Flint, O. S. 1962(Larvae)

Rhyacophila brunnea Banks, 1911(syn.acropedes Banks, 1914) - widespread -Alcona (LL); Benzie (LL); Lake (LL); Montmorency (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis1962). Flint 1962: wide range in western NA also found in northeasternarea; it has been found in Labrabdor, ME, MI, NH and NY. Larvae takenin rushing mountain torrent about 3-5 yards wide. Adults (NH) emergeprimarily in August.

Rhyacophila fuscula (Walker, 1852 Neuronia) - Ogemaw (Ellis1962); Ontonagon (LL); Notes: Flint1962: Commonest species ofRhyacophila in eastern North America, ranging from all states andprovinces west to Michigan and south along the mountains intoGeorgia. Cool and unpolluted streams, not in smallest spring runs,but otherwise found under rocks in riffles of streams as much as 10yards or more in width. Adults with long flight period (June -September), peak in late June or July.

Rhyacophila manistee Ross, 1938 - most common species of LP trout streams -Crawford (LL); Grand Traverse (LL); Lake (LL); Mason (LL); Ogemaw(LL); Otsego (LL). Flint1962: Michigan east to New Hampshire.Inhabits wider (5-10 yards) clear cold streams with alternate longpools and riffles: the flyfisherman's ideal trout stream. Adults area spring form, known from Michigan in May (LL 1949) and from NH inJune. Overwinters as grown larva.

Rhyacophila mainensis Banks, 1911 (syn. melita Ross, 1938) -Crawford, recorded as R.melita (LL); Grand Traverse, recordedas R. melita (LL); Montmorency, recorded as R. melita (LL); Ogemaw(Ellis 1962). Flint 1962: Michigan to New Hampshire. Larvae found primarily inlarge streams with alternate in long pools and riffles, similar toR. manistee. Adults on wing in late June and early July. Smallestlarva found in late August, another found in early April but wasslightly larger, indicating growth taking place primarily inspring.

Rhyacophila vibox Milne, 1936 - Grand Traverse (LL); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962).Flint 1962: Northeast and upper midwest. Larvae collected insprings and small brooks below them. I have not taken the larvae fromstreams more than 2 feet wide. Adults collected in June and earlyJuly, but probably could be taken in August.


Sericostomatidae - 1 genus, 1 species

Agarodesdistinctus Ulmer,1905 - Kalamazoo (two records from Gull Lake, sent to UMMZ by R.Merritt, leg. 11 Oct 1974, D. Hayes, and 16 Oct 1974, W. T. Kendall,KBS - deposited in UMMZ coll., id by E. Bright 18 and 20 March 1998);Ives Lake, Marquette, leg. May 1998, E. Bright - new state record


Uenoidae - 2 genera, 4 species
(or Limnephilidae:Neophylacinae, Wiggins 1977 and 1984, Schmid, 1980)

Neophylax concinnus MacLachlan, 1871 - (syn. autumnus Vorhies, 1909) -Alcona (recorded as N.autumnus (LL)); Crawford (recorded asN. autumnus (LL)); Gladwin (recorded as N. autumnus (LL)); Lake(recorded as N. autumnus (LL)); Livingston (larva, J. Doubles, Portage Cr.,04-II-92, id E. Bright 1996); Montmorency (recorded asN. autumnus (LL)); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962,recorded as N. autumnus); Oscoda (recorded as N.autumnus (LL))

Neophylax fuscus Banks, 1903 - Crawford (LL); Ingham (LL); Lake(LL)

Neophylax oligius Ross, 1938 - Benzie (LL); Crawford (LL); Kalamazoo(LL); Oakland (Bidlack 1997); Ogemaw (Ellis 1962); Ontonagon(holotype) (LL)

Oligophlebodesminutus (Banks, 1897Halesus) -Montmorency (LL)


Potential Records

For the following species, there are no currentrecords for Michigan, but we consider them likely members of ourfauna based on the known geographical range.

Hydropsychidae

Hydropsyche scalaris Hagen, 1861 - Wisconsin, Ontario

Leptoceridae

Triaenodes melacus Ross, 1947 - MN, WI, maybe found in s. UP
Ylodes frontalis (Banks, 1907 Triaenodes) - may be foundin w. UP

Philopotamidae

Wormalida moesta (Banks, 1914 Paragapetus) - recorded inWisconsin


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