|scientific name Dyschirius dejeanii |
synonyms Dyschirius integer
On moist, clayish soil, at margin of fresh water, on bare spots between vegetation; at saline ponds.
This species has been collected from May to August and in October.
Member of the integer group, with 3 dorsal punctures on elytra, the anterior adjacent to 3rd stria. Black, upper surface more or less metallic, antennae black or piceous with base paler, sometimes 2 segments, front legs black, the posterior from piceous to dark reddish, femora usually darker. Elytron with 3 subhumeral foveae and 2 preapical punctures. Length 2.7-4.2 mm.
No information available.
Both larvae and adults are predatory.
This species is found throughout most of United States and Canada. In Alberta this species is found in the southern three fifths.
Dyschirius integer LeConte is a junior synonym.
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