|scientific name Eanus decoratus |
Moist areas in boreomontane forests.
Adults have been collected from 18 May to 5 August.
Small to medium (7-9 mm in length) sized black click beetle trimmed with yellow-orange. The lateral margin and a basal spot on each elytron are yellow-orange, while the rest of the body is black. The prosternal mucro is short and abruptly curved upwards and the frontoclypeal carina is incomplete.
Larvae live in leaf litter.
Northern forested regions south to Kananaskis. In North America, northern transcontinental south to New York and Washington states.
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