|scientific name Cymindis borealis |
Open sandy fields with short grassy vegetation (Lindroth 1969).
Adult specimens collected from August to October.
Elytra tinged bluish or greenish, apex hardly sinuate, with incomplete basal margin reaching 3rd or 4th stria; shoulder macula present but not well-defined. Wing-dimorphic, but macropterous form uncommon. (Lindroth 1969)
Larval hibernation (Lindroth 1969).
Apparently relatively widespread throughout southern Alberta.
No information available.
This species is recorded from most of Canada, and from the northwest and northeast of United States. In Alberta the records are from south to central regions (Lindroth 1969).
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