4 to 5mm, pronotum is all dark and coarsely punctured, particularly across the posterior. The front femora bear a large tooth and several smaller ones, legs which are entirely pale brown, 2nd antennal segment is also pale. This species is usually partly-winged (brachypterous).
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Woodland clearings, grasslands, sparsely-vegetated sites and quarries.
A scarce and local ground bug mostly recorded from southern England, particularly the south-east.
Uncommon in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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