Most Helina species are very difficult to identify from a photograph alone, though this species is perhaps the exception to the rule. It is a brown/grey colour with brown spots on both the thorax and on the abdomen. It has a distinctive pair of brown spots on the scutellum.
Mostly April to August.
Larvae are found in soil.
British status not known.
Status in Leicestershire and Rutland not known.
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