|scientific name Bembidion coxendix |
Adults ocur on bare, soft clay-flats of the river bank.
All of the adults were collected in June.
Member of the coxendix group (subgenus Odontium). Black, upper surface rather shiny, bronze or aeneous; 1st antennal segment and base of 2nd-4th and at least tibiae rufous. Prothorax broad and markedly cordiform; latero-basal carinula rudimentary. Elytral striae with rather strong and dense, slightly transverse punctures; intervals moderately convex. Length 4.5 to 6.7 mm.
No information available.
Both larvae and adults are predatory.
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