Bembidion lorquiniiDavid R. Maddison
Elytral mirrors on intervals 3 through 5; elytral sculpticells isodiametric; pronotum with carina short or lacking, and without midlateral seta; stria 3 not as abruptly deepened around silver spots. Femora black or piceous.
Similar to B. hesperium, with which it is often found. B. lorquinii is larger, more slender, and less shiny. In addition, the striae of B. lorquinii are shallower, especially around the silver spots, and the punctures are smaller.
In western North America, from near Los Angeles, California, east to western Nevada, north to Idaho and southwesternmost British Columbia.
David R. Maddison
Oregon State University
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