|scientific name Ctenicera arata |
Adults have been collected from 15 June to 24 July.
Medium-sized brown to black species with silvery setae and reddish to brownish legs. The sides of the pronotum are convex, hind angles of the pronotum bear a distinct carina and the pronotal punctures are relatively dense. Length is between 11 and 13 mm.
Larvae live in leaf litter.
Boreal forests south to Edson. In North America, Yukon to Newfoundland, south to British Columbia in the west and New York state in the east.
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