|scientific name Chrysobothris carinipennis |
July, August and early September.
Beetles of carinipennis are similar to those of laricis, except that the prosternum is sparsely pubescent. Ventrally the beetles are dark green. The elytral apices are coppery.
In the literature these beetles have been reared from Douglas fir (Fisher 1942, Bright 1987). In Alberta, the beetles have been reared from lodgepole pine, and associated with larch and Douglas fir.
Western, known from southern British Columbia to Arizona (Fisher 1942, Bright 1987).
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