Enoplopactus lizeri is characterized by the dense vestiture of pale green or grey scales, with yellow stripes along pronotum and elytra; the truncate-conical pronotum, with large punctures and thickened base, and presence of an anteriorly directed tubercle on the elytral humeri.
Mouthparts were described in Díaz et al. (1990a) and characters of vestiture, in Coscarón et al. (1991). Eggs and oviposition have been studied by Marvaldi (1999).
Prosopis argentina Burkart (Fabaceae), Larrea nitida Cav. and Larrea cuneifolia Cav. (Zygophyllaceae) (Lanteri et al. 2002a).
Associated with vegetation typical of the Monte biogeographic province.