Species - Sitona flavescens

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Sitona flavescens

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

SeasonalityMigration occurs in spring, with peak activity in April/May and September (Culik and Weaver 1994). IdentificationHas no setae. Lower third of rostrum is shallowly bisulcate. Has a distinct, weakly elevated, longutidual carnia that blends into the frontal groove. Eyes are convex. Pronotum is widest in the middle, sides are arcuate, anterior constriction line is not evident. Anterior constriction line on the ventral surface is evident about halfway between the coxae and the anterior of the prosternum. Sides of elytra are arcuate. Discal interstriae are 5 to 6 times wider than the striae. Vestiture of elytra has many flat, recumbent scales that are intermixed sparsely with very narrow scales. Most scales are golden or reddish. (Adapted from Bright 1994, Bright and Bouchard 2008).

Taxonomic Hierarchy for University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum