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- Damselflies and dragonflies
Antipodochlora larvae are found only in the North Island. They can be common in slow flowing streams in or near native bush, but they do also occur in small farmland streams.
They are predators, feeding on other stream invertebrates.
- Hard bottom: 6
- Soft bottom: 6.3
The tolerance values (ranging from 0 to 10) give an indication of which are the sensitive taxa (values of 8 or more) and which are the tolerant taxa (values of 3 or less). For more information see: Indicator species
Antipodochlora can be found in streams of moderate to good water quality. They have mid range tolerance values of 6 (hard bottom sites) and 6.3 (soft bottom sites).