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Acilius Diving Beetle
Acilius spp.
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General Description

By Nora Bryan

The Acilius Diving Beetles can be found in natural ponds in Alberta.

These small 13 mm (1/2 in.) lozenge-shaped beetles are superlative swimmers. The three Alberta species can be told from the many other small Diving Beetles by the crescent-shaped pale mark at the end of their shiny elytra. The pronotum (the bit behind the head) is coloured with a broad yellow band.

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Acilius Diving Beetle Behaviour   

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Recent Acilius Diving Beetle Reports in Alberta

No. Location Reporter Date
1 Ogden davis 2007/07/12
7 Pearce Estate Pk Bilou 2004/07/31
4 Carburn Pk Bilou 2004/07/21
5 Carburn Pk Bilou 2004/07/18

Acilius Diving Beetle Hotspots in Alberta

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