|scientific name Bembidion interventor |
On clay-mixed sand, along the banks of big rivers.
Member of the nitidumgroup (subgenus Eudromus). Larger than nitidum, slightly dull from evident microreticulation. Color often more pronouncedly metallic, antennae with 3-4 basal segments red, at least underneath; also legs paler. Prothorax broader, with more rounded sides, basal carina diverging from side margin, usually concave inwards. Elytra with basal margin almost straight inside shoulder angle, which is obtuse; striae less abbreviated. Length 4.8 to 7.2 mm.
Overwinters in the adult stage.
Both larvae and adults are predatory.
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