|scientific name Chrysobothris blanchardi |
These beetles are black with a coppery lustre. Callosities on the frons are more strongly developed than on beetles of C. trinervia. The clypeal emargination is margined, similar to that seen in C. dentipes. Each elytron has 3 costae, interrupted at several locations by foveae.
These beetles have been reared from a variety of pines, and a tamarack. In Alberta adults have been associated with and reared from lodgepole pine.
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