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scientific name    Cymindis cribricollis    

Xerophilous, usually on dry sandy moraine (Lindroth 1969).

Most commonly caught in May and June, and as late as September.

Short and flat; piceous to black; sides of prothorax broadly translucent; elytra never with defined shoulder macula; 1st antennal segment much longer than 3rd; elytra often with paler base; small, sharp denticle in hind angles of pronotum; elytra short, clearly widening behind middle, strial punctures as coarse as those on intervals, apex truncate and slightly sinuate. Wing-dimorphic species, with populations intermixed. (Lindroth 1969)

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Most common species in the genus (Lindroth 1969), most frequently collected as well.

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This species is recorded from most of Canada, and the northern half of United States. In Alberta, records are from Jasper (Lindroth 1969) and southern, central and northern Alberta.

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