|scientific name Ctenicera glauca |
Adults have been collected from 27 June to 10 August.
Small, robust, black species with brownish-black elytra and legs. The posterolateral angles of the abdominal sterna bear a tuft of somewhat scale-like setae. The antennal articles are densely punctured and relatively dull. Length is between 7 and 9 mm.
Larvae live in soil and are an agricultural pest. Duration of the larval stage is about three years.
Grasslands from Waterton to Medicine Hat. In North America, recorded from British Columbia to Saskatchewan, south to California and New Mexico.
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