|scientific name Ctenicera vidua |
Adult activity period in Alberta is unknown.
Medium-sized black species with dark brown legs and elytra. The posterior margin of the hypomeron is not notched beside the hind angles of the pronotum, and the setae of the pronotum and elytra are arranged in a whorled pattern. The third antennal article is triangular but more so in the male than female. Length is between 9.5 and 12.5 mm.
Larvae tentatively identified as this species live in soil, and have not been recorded as pests.
Banff. In North America, recorded from British Columbia and Alberta.
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