: Cleptes semicyaneus.

A very rare species only recorded from a few coastal sand dunes in Norway, Sweden and Denmark. The species is a cleptoparasite of sawflies assosiated with Salix repensCleptes semicyaneus may be separated from C. semiauratus by the lack of a basal pronotal furrow. The species is very similar to C. nitidulus.

Cleptes semicyaneus Tournier, 1879
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