|scientific name Ctenicera lutescens |
Adults have been collected between 17 May and 4 August.
Medium-sized reddish-brown to black species with conspicuous whitish setae that are somewhat whirled on the pronotum. The body outline is narrow. The pronotum is relatively flat with subparallel sides in males but more convex with subparallel to convex sides in females. The hind angles of the pronotum in both sexes are relatively long and thin with a conspicuous carina. Length is between 9 and 11 mm.
Boreomontane forests throughout the province. In North America, from British Columbia to Saskatchewan.
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