Athous haemorrhoidalis F Garden click beetle

Adults of this generally common click beetle are reddish-brown and up to 12 mm long. They occur

Fig. 205 Terminal body segment of various wireworms: (a) Agriotes lineatus; (b) Athous haemorrhoidalis; (c) Ctenicera sp.

mainly from mid-May to July and, in the adult stage, are usually the most frequently encountered species. The larvae (wireworms) are slightly flatter than those of Agriotes and the ninth abdominal segment, which lacks the dorsolateral pits, is bifurcated posteriorly and has an ornamented outline (Fig. 205b).

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