|scientific name Trypodendron rufitarsis |
Not investigated, but probably similar to T. lineatum (Bright, 1976).
Recognized by their dull finely reticulated surface of the elytra, with apical margin appearing subacuminate, narrowly rounded posterior margin, when viewed from above. (Bright, 1976; Wood, 1982). Frons of male deeply concave with lateral margins ornamented by abundant hair and anterior margin of pronotum straight and unarmed. Females frons are convex, surface reticulate with fine, sparse granules. Anterior margin of pronotum is rounded and unarmed. (Bright, 1976; Wood, 1982)
Picea spp., Pinus spp., and probably other species of conifers (Bright, 1976).
Transcontinental in Canada; western United States (Bright, 1976).
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