Also called Embioptera which means 'Lively wing'.
The males have wings and females and immature do not.
They spin silk from structures on their front legs, creating a protective shelter under rocks and debris. Males do not eat. Immatures and females are feed on leaf litter, moss, bark and lichen.
They are hemimetabolous (have incomplete metamorphosis).
Black Webspinner - Oligotoma nigra is the common one here that has been documented.
Saunders' Webspinner -Oligotoma saundersii may also be established in the area, although less documented. Some of these could be either.
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