|scientific name Ctenicera limoniiformis |
Parklands (Brooks, 1960).
Adult activity period in Alberta is unknown.
Medium sized brownish-black species with conspicuous whitish setae and a narrow body outline. The sides of the pronotum are subparallel , the hind angles of the pronotum bear an indistinct carina and the apex of the hind angles when viewed from below are rounded. Length is between 9 and 10 mm.
Larvae tentatively identified as this species live in soil and are regarded as minor crop pests.
Cypress Hills (Brooks, 1960); Brooks' (1960) record of this species from Calling Lake is referred to C. mendax (LeC.). In North America, from Alberta to "the Great Lakes" and south to "Dakota".
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