Silpha laevigata (Fleam Dyke)

Silpha laevigata Fabricius, 1775
Easily distinguished by the absence of raised longitudinal lines on the elytra.
The front of the pronotum is rounded and the head somewhat elongate.
Mainly in the southern half of England. May be abundant in some areas, particularly
near the coast, but scarce or absent in others.

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