Length 6—7 mm. — Of an ovate shape, anteriorly much narrower than posteriorly. Above shining, lighter or darker brown (head and thorax darkest), with a strong metallic green or coppery hue; the antennae pale fulvous. Body beneath blackish, punctured, the punctures bearing a short white more or less scale-like seta; the pygidium lighter or darker brown; the legs brown, with rows of white setae; the underside of the tarsi with white hairs. Head rather small, the face not densely covered with very distinct small punctures; the clypeus truncate anteriorly, the lateral angles broadly rounded, the front margin turned upwards and almost inconspicuously emarginated in the middle, the punctures distinctly larger than those on the face and a trifle more closely set.