|scientific name Nebria intermedia |
Not strictly riparian; found in woods, margin of bogs, open meadows and near snow patches.
Adults have been collected in May to October.
Member of the gyllenhali group. Dark piceous to dark brown, margins of prothorax always paler. Prothorax with lateral seta, sides sinuate in basal half and hind angles right, or slightly obtuse, but sharp at tip; meta-coxae and sternites 3-5 unisetose; and wings full. Length 9.0 to 11.5 mm.
Probably overwinters in the adult stage.
Both larvae and adults are predatory.
This species is found in northwestern United States and southwestern Canada. In Alberta this species is found in the western half along the mountains, and isolated(?) at Edmonton.
Formerly treated as a subspecies of Nebria crassicornis.
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