8.8 to 10.4mm. The overall colour of this medium-sized ground beetle is a coppery-green but the elytra have cream coloured margins. The antennae are dark apart from a paler brown first segment. The hind angles of the pronotum are strongly rounded.
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Associated with damp lowland habitats, often close to water.
Peak time is from May to August.
Widespread and abundant in the southern and central England and Wales. Local in northern England and Scotland.
Common in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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