Length: 3.5-4.5 mm
Some of the key traits of this species are: long rostrum, and a punctate pronotum that is not as wide as the base of the elytra. The elytra are striate and ridged, and have a broad white band behind the middle.
Dillon and Dillon (1972) report this species has been collected in a variety of ways: at lights, under moist bark, and on Hickories, Quince, and Asters.
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Insects of West Virginia