Number of species:1
One species in Britain, Laricobius erichsonii Rosenhauer. This is a small (3-4mm) beetle with a strongly punctured pronotum and elytra. It is pubescent, with shining brown elytra bisected by a darker stripe down the elytral suture and a black head and pronotum. First found in Britain in 1971, it is found on conifers where both adults and larvae are predatory on adelgids.