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Most specimens can be separated from Bembidion fugax and Bembidion planum by a combination of: broad head and pronotum; prothorax markedly constricted at base with the lateral margins just in front of the hind angle parallel, although this parallel region is much shorter than in Bembidion rolandi or Bembidion ozarkense; elytra quite flat at apex; and broad, markedly delimited frontal furrows that are clearly diverging between eyes and extended beyond the posterior supraorbital puncture.
We have seen specimens from USA: TX, KS, IA. Reports from the literature (Hayward 1897) of the presence of Bembidion grandiceps in USA: DC, MA, NJ, NY, and PA are likely incorrect, and may be based on Bembidion fugax.
- Hildebrandt, D; Maddison, D; 2011: A new species of Bembidion Latrielle 1802 from the Ozarks, with a review of the North American species of subgenus Trichoplataphus Netolitzky 1914 (Coleoptera, Carabidae, Bembidiini) ZooKeys, 147: 261-275. doi
- Hayward R (1897) On the species of Bembidium of America North of Mexico. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 24: 32-143.