The Green-lined Ground Beetle is a large and predatory ground-dwelling beetle, shiny black in colour and with a distinctive metallic green
line down either side of the body. The species has only been recorded from a small number of sites in Tasmania, mainly in the northern and central Midlands. It also occurs on mainland Australia. The species occurs in open grassy woodland associated with wetlands at low elevations.
The Green-lined Ground Beetle is threatened by past and continuing loss and degradation of its habitat, and a lack of information on its distribution and ecology. The objectives for management of this species include the protection of all known populations, surveying for any new populations, and improving understanding of the species' ecological requirements.A complete species
management profile is not currently available for this species. Check
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