|scientific name Dyschirius pallipennis |
Occurs both on sea beaches and on lake shores, apparently not dependent on salt.
The single specimen was collected in June.
Member of the sellatus group, depigmented species without subhumeral foveae. Reddish yellow, ventral surface more or less darkened, elytra pale yellow with dark cloud behind middle. Frons rugose. Elytron without any dorsal punctures. Length 3.6-4.2 mm.
No information available.
Both larvae and adults are predatory.
This species is found on the central plains of United States and Canada. In Alberta this species is recorded from the single locality in the south near the Saskatchewan border.
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