Chestnut-brown, shining. Antennae, mouth-parts and legs reddish brown. Margins of the pronotum and elytra narrowly reddish brown. Upper surface densely punctured, particularly the elytra. Eyes distinctly protuberant. Antennae with the last 4-5 segments enlarged and broader than long. Elytra broader than the pronotum, convex, weakly bulbous [Abb.1]. Length 2-2.5 mm. Generally rare, mostly montane amongst rotting leaves and at sap runs.
...inflata (Gyllenhal, 1813)