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scientific name    Ctenicera stricklandi    

habitat
Boreomontane and foothills forests, parkland groves.

seasonality
Adults have been collected between 22 May and 26 July.

identification
Medium sized (11-16 mm in length) black click beetle with conspicuous setae. The third antennal segment is more similar to the fourth than the second, pronotum is densely and closely punctured, hind angles of the pronotum are carinate and the scutellum bears conspicuous curved setae.

life history
Larva is unknown.

conservation
Common.

range
Northern forested regions south to Banff; also Cypress Hills. In North America, from Alaska to Manitoba and Idaho.

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http://entomology.museums.ualberta.ca/searching_species_details.php?s=1809



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