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RecommendedGracilia minuta Fabricius, 1781

Gracilia minuta Fabricius, 1781

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Graciliini Mulsant, 1839
genus Gracilia Audinet-Serville, 1834b
minuta Fabricius, 1781

Gracilia minuta Fabricius, 1781

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU AZ BE BH BU CR CT CZ DE EN FI FR GB GE GR HU IR IT KZ LA LT LU NORTH AFRICA - AG AZ CI EG MO MR TU ASIA - AB AR GG HEN IN NE MA MD NL NT NR PL PT RO SK SL SP ST SV SZ TR UK YU

 

Gracilia minuta is one of the smallest European longhorn beetles. In Europe it probably originates from the Mediterranean region but now it is spread throughout the continent. It is polyphagous in deciduous trees and shrubs and probably also in conifers (Abies cephalonica in Greece).

 

Body length: 2.5 - 7 mm
Life cycle: 1 - 2 years
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: broadly polyphagous in trees and shrubs
Distribution: West Palaearctics
The beetles in these pictures were collected in Perivoli (SW of Corfu Island, Greece) where they develop in Juglans regia. In Greece it is a native species.

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RecommendedHesperoferus machadoi Sama & Schurmann, 1983

Hesperoferus machadoi Sama & Schurmann, 1983

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Hesperophanini Mulsant, 1839
genus Hesperoferus Demelt, 1971
machadoi Sama & Schurmann, 1983

Hesperoferus machadoi Sama & Schurmann, 1983

Distribution:
NORTH AFRICA - CI

 

Body length: 10 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: July - August
Host plant: Artemisia, Chrysanthemum
Distribution: endemic to Canary Islands


The depicted beetles were reared from larvae collected in Tamaimo (NE of Puerto de Santiago, West Tenerife, Canary Islands).

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RecommendedHesperophanes sericeus Fabricius, 1787

Hesperophanes sericeus Fabricius, 1787

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Hesperophanini Mulsant, 1839
genus Hesperophanes Dejean, 1835
sericeus Fabricius, 1787

Hesperophanes sericeus Fabricius, 1787

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL BH CR FR GR MA MC PT SP ST SZ UK YU ASIA - AB AR CY GG IN IQ IS JO TM NORTH AFRICA - AG EG LB MO TU TR

 

Body length: 20 - 28 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: June - September
Host plant: polyphagous on deciduous trees and shrubs (Juglans, Ficus, Vitis, Platanus, Quercus, etc.)
Distribution: whole Mediterranean region
A widely distributed nocturnal species frequently attracted to light. The depicted beetles were collected in Zaostrog (Dalmatia, Croatia).

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RecommendedHeterophilus punctulatus Chiang, Chen & Zhang, 1996

Heterophilus punctulatus Chiang, Chen & Zhang, 1996

family VESPERIDAE Mulsant, 1839
subfamily Philinae J. Thomson, 1861
tribe Philini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Heterophilus Pu, 1988
punctulatus Chiang, Chen & Zhang, 1996

Heterophilus punctulatus Chiang, Chen & Zhang, 1996

Distribution:
ASIA - XIZ

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RecommendedHeterophilus scabricollis Pu, 1988

Heterophilus scabricollis Pu, 1988

family VESPERIDAE Mulsant, 1839
subfamily Philinae J. Thomson, 1861
tribe Philini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Heterophilus Pu, 1988
scabricollis Pu, 1988

Heterophilus scabricollis Pu, 1988

Distribution:
ASIA - XIZ

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RecommendedHypoeschrus dallonii Peyerimhoff, 1935

Hypoeschrus dallonii Peyerimhoff, 1935

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Oemini Lacordaire, 1868
genus Hypoeschrus J. Thomson, 1864
dallonii Peyerimhoff, 1935

Hypoeschrus dallonii Peyerimhoff, 1935

Distribution:
NORTH AFRICA - AG LB MO AFR

 

Body length: 13 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years [?]
Adults in: April - September
Host plant: Acacia tortilis
Distribution: North Africa

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RecommendedIcosium tomentosum atticum Ganglbauer, 1882

Icosium tomentosum atticum Ganglbauer, 1882

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Achrysonini Lacordaire, 1868
genus Icosium P. H. Lucas, 1854
tomentosum atticum Ganglbauer, 1882

Icosium tomentosum atticum Ganglbauer, 1882

Distribution:
EUROPE - CR CY BH FRi GR IT MA ASIA - AB CY JO IS TR

 

Icosium tomentosum is a circummediterranean species represented by two distinct subspecies: tomentosum Lucas, 1854 and atticum Ganglbauer, 1881. Atticum is mainly an East Mediterranean subspecies occurring in Turkey, Balcan Peninsula and reaching South France in the West. Both subspecies develop in various Cupressaceae (Juniperus, Cupressus, Thuja, Callitrix, Tetraclinis, etc.). Larvae first feed under bark and later enter the wood of recently dead or moribund hosts. The adults are nocturnal and frequently come to light.

 

Body length: 8 - 16 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: oligophagous in various Cupressaceae

Distribution: mainly East Mediterranean subspecies occurring in Turkey, Balcan Peninsula and reaching S France in the West


These particular beetles were reared from larvae collected near Neo Ithilo (SW of Peloponnese, Greece), in trunks and branches of dying Cupressus sempervirens.

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RecommendedIcosium tomentosum tomentosum P. H. Lucas, 1854

Icosium tomentosum tomentosum P. H. Lucas, 1854

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Achrysonini Lacordaire, 1868
genus Icosium P. H. Lucas, 1854
tomentosum tomentosum P. H. Lucas, 1854

Icosium tomentosum tomentosum P. H. Lucas, 1854

Distribution:
EUROPE - MA PT SP IT NORTH AFRICA - AG LB MO TU

 

Icosium tomentosum is a circummediterranean species represented by two distinct subspecies: tomentosum Lucas, 1854 and atticum Ganglbauer, 1881. The nominate one occurs in South-West Europe and North Africa. Both subspecies develop in various Cupressaceae (Juniperus, Cupressus, Thuja, Callitrix, Tetraclinis, etc.). Larvae first feed under bark and later enter the wood of recently dead or moribund hosts. The adults are nocturnal and frequently come to light.

 

Body length: 8 - 16 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: oligophagous in various Cupressaceae
Distribution: South-West Europe and North Africa


The depicted beetles were reared from larvae collected in Sardinia (Italy).

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RecommendedIdactus iranicus Breuning, 1975d

Idactus iranicus Breuning, 1975d

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Ancylonotini Lacordaire, 1869
genus Idactus Pascoe, 1864c
iranicus Breuning, 1975d

Idactus iranicus Breuning, 1975d

Distribution:
ASIA - AE IN OM

 

Body length: 8 - 12 mm
Life cycle: 1 year (?)
Adults in: April - June
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: a species endemic to Iran


Idactus iranicus is a nocturnal species and occasionally comes to light. Adults can rather be collected on their host plants at night. The depicted beetles were collected in Faryab NE Bandar-e Abbas (Hormozgan province, South Iran). The host plant is currently being determined.

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RecommendedIranobrium davatchii Villiers, 1967

Iranobrium davatchii Villiers, 1967

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Obriini Mulsant, 1839
genus Iranobrium Villiers, 1967
davatchii Villiers, 1967

Iranobrium davatchii Villiers, 1967

Distribution:
ASIA - AE IN QA YE

 

ody length: 5 - 8 mm
Life cycle: unknown
Adults in: April - May
Host plant: unknown but Prunus is a likely candidate
Distribution: Iran


The depicted beetle was attracted to light in Faryab
(E Bandar-e Abbas, Hormozgan province, South Iran).

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RecommendedIsotomus comptus comptus Mannerheim, 1825

Isotomus comptus comptus Mannerheim, 1825

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Isotomus Mulsant, 1862
comptus comptus Mannerheim, 1825

Isotomus comptus comptus Mannerheim, 1825

Distribution:
EUROPE - ST UK ASIA - AB AR GG IN TR

 

Body length: 12 - 24 mm
Life cycle: at least 2 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: polyphagous on deciduous trees (Carpinus, Castanea, Quercus, Fagus, Ulmus etc.)
Distribution: Crimea, Caucaus, Transcaucasia, Turkey, Syria, Iran

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RecommendedIsotomus jarmilae Sláma, 1982

Isotomus jarmilae Sláma, 1982

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Isotomus Mulsant, 1862
jarmilae Sláma, 1982

Isotomus jarmilae Sláma, 1982

Distribution:
EUROPE - GR (Kríti)

 

Body length: 12 - 23 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: June - July
Host plant: Kermes oak (Quercus coccifera)
Distribution: an endemic species to Crete

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RecommendedJebusaea hammerschmidti Reiche, 1878b

Jebusaea hammerschmidti Reiche, 1878b

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Hesperophanini Mulsant, 1839
genus Jebusaea Reiche, 1878b
hammerschmidti Reiche, 1878b

Jebusaea hammerschmidti Reiche, 1878b

Distribution:
ASIA - AE IN IQ OM QA SA

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RecommendedJudolia sexmaculata Linnaeus, 1758

Judolia sexmaculata Linnaeus, 1758

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Judolia Mulsant, 1863
sexmaculata Linnaeus, 1758

Judolia sexmaculata Linnaeus, 1758

Distribution:
EUROPE - AN AU BY CT CZ EN FI FR GB GE GR HU IR IT LA LT NR NT PL RO SK SP ASIA - KZ ST SV SZ UK

 

Body length: 8 - 14 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: polyphagous in coniferous and deciduous trees, but preferring Picea
Distribution: Europe (North and mountains), Russia
The living beetle was collected on flowers in Ještěd Mts. (North Bohemia, Czech Republic). The mounted beetle was collected in Podbánské (West Tatra Mts., North Slovakia).

Collected by M.Hoskovec.

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RecommendedLamiomimus gottschei Kolbe, 1886

Lamiomimus gottschei Kolbe, 1886

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Lamiini Latreille, 1825
genus Lamiomimus Kolbe, 1886
gottschei Kolbe, 1886

Lamiomimus gottschei Kolbe, 1886

Distribution:
ASIA - ANH FE GAN GUI GUX HEI HEN HUB HUN JIA JIL JIX LIA NC SC SCH SHA SHN SHX ZHE

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RecommendedLeioderes tuerki Ganglbauer, 1886c

Leioderes tuerki Ganglbauer, 1886c

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Callidiini Kirby, 1837
genus Leioderes L. Redtenbacher, 1848
tuerki Ganglbauer, 1886c

Leioderes tuerki Ganglbauer, 1886c

Distribution:
ASIA - LE SY TR

 

Leioderes tuerki seems to be endemic to South Turkey, namely the Taurus mountains. It develops in Quercus and Juglans but it is likely that also other deciduous trees serve as its host. It is a crepuscular to nocturnal species. The beetles start to activate at dusk and can be observed in flight around their potential hosts. Occasionally they gather on flowering shrubs like hawthorn and stay there all over the night. In the next morning they can still be observed sitting in the flowers but completely disappear before noon. The adults were once beaten from dry branches of Juglans regia during the day.

 

Body length: 8 - 13 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: deciduous trees (Quercus, Juglans etc.)
Distribution: Turkey


The beetle in the picture was found sitting in a blossoming hawthorn (Crataegus sp., Rosaceae) near Ciftehan village (South Turkey).

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RecommendedLeptorhabdium illyricum Kraatz, 1871d

Leptorhabdium illyricum Kraatz, 1871d

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Xylosteini Reitter, 1913
genus Leptorhabdium Kraatz, 1879e
illyricum Kraatz, 1871d

Leptorhabdium illyricum Kraatz, 1871d

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL BH CR GR MC SL YU

 

Body length: 10 - 16 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years [?]
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: polyphagous in decidudous trees
Distribution: Balcan peninsula
The depicted beetles were collected on flowers in Florina env. (June 2008; Greece).

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RecommendedLeptorhabdium nitidum Holzschuh, 1974a

Leptorhabdium nitidum Holzschuh, 1974a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Xylosteini Reitter, 1913
genus Leptorhabdium Kraatz, 1879e
nitidum Holzschuh, 1974a

Leptorhabdium nitidum Holzschuh, 1974a

Distribution:
EUROPE - GR MC

 

ody length: 10 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years [?]
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: endemic to Northern Greece
The depicted beetles were collected on flowers in Pindus Mts. (June 2008; Greece).

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RecommendedLeptura aethiops Poda von Neuhaus, 1761

Leptura aethiops Poda von Neuhaus, 1761

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Leptura Linnaeus, 1758
aethiops Poda von Neuhaus, 1761

Leptura aethiops Poda von Neuhaus, 1761

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BY CH CT CZ DE EN FR GE GR HU IT LA LS LT LU MD NL NT PL ASIA - ?AR ?AB ES FE FUJ ?GG GUX HEB HEI JA JIL JIX KZ MG NC QIN SC WS YUN RO SK SL SP ST SZ UK YU

 

Body length: 10 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Alnus, Betula etc.)
Distribution: Central and West Europe
The depicted beetle was collected on a flowering yarrow (Achillea) in Březno near Mladá Boleslav (Central Bohemia, Czech Republic).

Collected by M.Hoskovec.

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RecommendedLeptura annularis annularis Fabricius, 1801b

Leptura annularis annularis Fabricius, 1801b

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Leptura Linnaeus, 1758
annularis annularis Fabricius, 1801b

Leptura annularis annularis Fabricius, 1801b

Distribution:
EUROPE - AN AU BH BY CR CT CZ CZ EN FR GE HU IT LA LT MD NT PL RO SK ST SZ ASIA - ES FE GAN HEB HEI JIL JIX KZ LIA MG NC NMO SC SCH SHN SHX WS ZHE UK YU

 

Body length: 12 - 18 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Alnus, Corylus, Salix etc.), but occasionally also in conifers (Picea)
Distribution: temperate West Palaearctics
The depicted beetles were collected on flowers (Apiaceae) near Spišská Nová Ves (NE Slovakia).

Collected by M.Hoskovec.

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RecommendedLeptura aurulenta Fabricius, 1793

Leptura aurulenta Fabricius, 1793

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Leptura Linnaeus, 1758
aurulenta Fabricius, 1793

Leptura aurulenta Fabricius, 1793

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AN AU BE BH BY BU CR CT CZ EN FR GE GB GR IR HU IT LA LT LU MC PL PT RO NORTH AFRICA - AG TU ASIA - TR SK SL SP ST SZ TR UK YU

 

Body length: 12 - 25 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 4 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Quercus, Fagus, Alnus etc.)
Distribution: Central and South Europe, North Africa
The depicted beetles were collected on poplar logs in Břeclav (South Moravia, Czech Republic).

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RecommendedLeptura quadrifasciata quadrifasciata Linnaeus, 1758

Leptura quadrifasciata quadrifasciata Linnaeus, 1758

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Leptura Linnaeus, 1758
quadrifasciata quadrifasciata Linnaeus, 1758

Leptura quadrifasciata quadrifasciata Linnaeus, 1758

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AN AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ DE EN FI FR GB GE GR HU IR IT ASIA - ES FE KZ MG QIN SCH SHA WS XIN "Korea" LA LS LT LU MD NL NR NT PL RO SK SL SP ST SV SZ TR UK YU

 

Body length: 10 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 4 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Alnus, Fagus, Salix, Populus, Quercus, Betula, Corylus etc.)
Distribution: Europe, Turkey, Caucasus, Transcaucasia, North Iran
The depicted beetles were collected on flowers (Apiaceae) in Spišská Nová Ves (NE Slovakia).

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RecommendedLeptura thoracica Creutzer, 1799

Leptura thoracica Creutzer, 1799

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Leptura Linnaeus, 1758
thoracica Creutzer, 1799

Leptura thoracica Creutzer, 1799

Distribution:
EUROPE - BH BY CT EN FI LA LT NT PL RO SK SL ST UK YU ASIA - ES FE FUJ GUI HEB HEI

 

Body length: 18 - 30 mm
Life cycle: 3-4 years, larvae in wood of dead, standing trunks
Adults in: June to August, in Poland mainly from June to Jul
Host plant: broadleaf trees especially Populus, Betula and Tilia, rarely also in conifers
Distribution: from Europe (Finland, Poland, Slovakia, Balcan peninsula) to China, Mongolia, Korea and Japan

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RecommendedLepturobosca virens Linnaeus, 1758

Lepturobosca virens Linnaeus, 1758

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Lepturobosca Reitter, 1913a
virens Linnaeus, 1758

Lepturobosca virens Linnaeus, 1758

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ EN FI FR GB GE HU IT LA LT NR NT PL RO SK SL SP ASIA - ES FE KZ MG NE NMO WS XIN ST SV SZ UK YU

 

Body length: 14 - 22 mm
Life cycle: 3 and more years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: polyphagous in coniferous and deciduous trees (Picea, Pinus, Abies, Betula)
Distribution: mountains of Europe and Russia
The depicted beetles were collected on flowers (Apiaceae) in Tichá Dolina (West High Tatra Mts., North Slovakia).

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RecommendedLobarthron balassogloi balassogloi Jakovlev, 1885a

Lobarthron balassogloi balassogloi Jakovlev, 1885a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Prionini Latreille, 1802
genus Lobarthron Semenov, 1900b
balassogloi balassogloi Jakovlev, 1885a

Lobarthron balassogloi balassogloi Jakovlev, 1885a

Distribution:
ASIA - KI KZ UZ

 

Body length: 20 - 30 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: unknown


Distribution: countries of the former Soviet Central Asia
The depicted beetle was attracted to light in Carvak (Ugam Mts., Uzbekistan).

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RecommendedMegasemum quadricostulatum Kraatz, 1879d

Megasemum quadricostulatum Kraatz, 1879d

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Spondylidinae Audinet-Serville, 1832
tribe Asemini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Megasemum Kraatz, 1879d
quadricostulatum Kraatz, 1879d

Megasemum quadricostulatum Kraatz, 1879d

Distribution:
ASIA - FE FUJ HEI HUB JA JIX NC SC SHA TAI

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RecommendedMesocacia multimaculata Pic, 1925b

Mesocacia multimaculata Pic, 1925b

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Mesosini Mulsant, 1839
genus Mesocacia Heller, 1926
multimaculata Pic, 1925b

Mesocacia multimaculata Pic, 1925b

Distribution:
ASIA - BT GUX HAI SD YUN ORR

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RecommendedMesoprionus lefebvrei Marseul, 1856

Mesoprionus lefebvrei Marseul, 1856

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Prionini Latreille, 1802
genus Mesoprionus Jakovlev, 1887c
lefebvrei Marseul, 1856

Mesoprionus lefebvrei Marseul, 1856

Distribution:
ASIA - IS JO LE SI SY TR

 

Body length: 25 - 45 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: Near East, Turkey


This beetle was attracted by light in Karadut village (Nemrut Dagi National Park, Adiyaman prov., Anatolia, SE Turkey).

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RecommendedMesosa rupta Pascoe, 1862a

Mesosa rupta Pascoe, 1862a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Mesosini Mulsant, 1839
genus Mesosa Latreille, 1829
rupta Pascoe, 1862a

Mesosa rupta Pascoe, 1862a

Distribution:
ASIA - GUA GUX YUN ORR

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RecommendedMolorchus juglandis Sama, 1982

Molorchus juglandis Sama, 1982

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Molorchini Gistel, 1848
genus Molorchus Fabricius, 1793
juglandis Sama, 1982

Molorchus juglandis Sama, 1982

Distribution:
ASIA - IS LE TR

 

Body length: 8 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 1 - 2 years
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: walnut (Juglans regia)
Distribution: Southern Turkey, Lebanon, Israel


The depicted beetles were reared from a dead twig of Juglans regia collected in Eregli (SW Turkey).

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RecommendedMolorchus kiesenwetteri hircus Abeille de Perrin, 1881

Molorchus kiesenwetteri hircus Abeille de Perrin, 1881

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Molorchini Gistel, 1848
genus Molorchus Fabricius, 1793
kiesenwetteri hircus Abeille de Perrin, 1881

Molorchus kiesenwetteri hircus Abeille de Perrin, 1881

Distribution:
EUROPE - ST ASIA - AB AR GG IN TR

 

Body length: 4 - 7 mm
Life cycle: 1 year
Adults in: April - June
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: Turkey, Near East


The depicted beetle was collected in Erdemli (SW Turkey).

 

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RecommendedMolorchus kiesenwetteri kiesenwetteri Mulsant & Rey, 1861a

Molorchus kiesenwetteri kiesenwetteri Mulsant & Rey, 1861a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Molorchini Gistel, 1848
genus Molorchus Fabricius, 1793
kiesenwetteri kiesenwetteri Mulsant & Rey, 1861a

Molorchus kiesenwetteri kiesenwetteri Mulsant & Rey, 1861a

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BH BU CR CZ GE GR HU IT MC ?PL RO SK SL ST SZ UK YU

 

Body length: 4 - 7 mm
Life cycle: 1 year
Adults in: April - June
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees, especially in Rosaceae
Distribution: Europe except North, Caucasus, Transcaucasia, Turkey, Near East, Iran

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RecommendedMolorchus malmusii Sama, 1995a

Molorchus malmusii Sama, 1995a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Molorchini Gistel, 1848
genus Molorchus Fabricius, 1793
malmusii Sama, 1995a

Molorchus malmusii Sama, 1995a

Distribution:
ASIA - TR

 

Body length: 5 - 8 mm
Life cycle: unknown [?]
Adults in: June - July
Host plant: unknown [?]
Distribution: Turkey


The depicted beetle was colected near Bolu (NW Turkey).

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RecommendedMolorchus monticola Plavilstshikov, 1931

Molorchus monticola Plavilstshikov, 1931

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Molorchini Gistel, 1848
genus Molorchus Fabricius, 1793
monticola Plavilstshikov, 1931

Molorchus monticola Plavilstshikov, 1931

Distribution:
ASIA - AB AR GG IN TM

 

Body length: 8 - 11 mm
Life cycle: 1 - 2 years
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Prunus, Carpinus etc.)
Distribution: Azerbaidzhan (Talysh), Armenia, North Iran


The depicted beetles were reared from dead beach branches (Fagus orientalis) collected in Golestan forest 45 km NE Minudast (prov. Khorasan, North Iran).

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RecommendedMonocladum iranicum Villiers, 1961b

Monocladum iranicum Villiers, 1961b

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Prionini Latreille, 1802
genus Monocladum Pic, 1898e
iranicum Villiers, 1961b

Monocladum iranicum Villiers, 1961b

Distribution:
ASIA - IN

 

Monocladum iranicum is a very rare nocturnal species endemic to Iran. Although larvae of this species are very likely to be polyphagous on various woody plants the species has got very strict habitat requirements. Males can occasionally be attracted to light. Females do not fly or come to light and consequently are very difficult to find. They oviposit into the soil.

 

Body length: 18 - 28 mm
Life cycle: unknown
Adults in: June - September
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: Iran

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RecommendedMorimus lethalis J. Thomson, 1857e

Morimus lethalis J. Thomson, 1857e

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Lamiini Latreille, 1825
genus Morimus Brullé, 1832
lethalis J. Thomson, 1857e

Morimus lethalis J. Thomson, 1857e

Distribution:
ASIA - SCH SHG YUN ORR

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RecommendedMorimus orientalis Reitter, 1894b

Morimus orientalis Reitter, 1894b

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Lamiini Latreille, 1825
genus Morimus Brullé, 1832
orientalis Reitter, 1894b

Morimus orientalis Reitter, 1894b

Distribution:
EUROPE - BU TR ASIA - TR

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RecommendedNecydalis major Linnaeus, 1758

Necydalis major Linnaeus, 1758

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Necydalinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Xylosteini Reitter, 1913
genus Necydalis Linnaeus, 1758
major Linnaeus, 1758

Necydalis major Linnaeus, 1758

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ DE EN FI FR GE GR HU IT LA LT LU MD NL NR NT PL RO ASIA - AB GG ES FE ?IN JA KZ MG NC WS XIN SK SP ST SV SZ UK YU

 

Body length: 19 - 32 mm
Life cycle: 3 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: Europe, Caucasus

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RecommendedNecydalis ulmi Chevrolat, 1838

Necydalis ulmi Chevrolat, 1838

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Necydalinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Xylosteini Reitter, 1913
genus Necydalis Linnaeus, 1758
ulmi Chevrolat, 1838

Necydalis ulmi Chevrolat, 1838

Distribution:

EUROPE - AU BH BU BY CR CZ FR GE GR HU IT LA LT MC MD PL RO SK SP ST SZ TR ASIA - AB AR GG ?IN TR UK YU

 


Body length: 18 - 35 mm
Life cycle: 3 - 4 years
Adults in: June - August
Distribution: Central and South Europe, Caucasus, Transcaucasia

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RecommendedNeocerambyx grandis Gahan, 1891a

Neocerambyx grandis Gahan, 1891a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Cerambycini Latreille, 1802
genus Neocerambyx J. Thomson, 1861
grandis Gahan, 1891a

Neocerambyx grandis Gahan, 1891a

Distribution:
ASIA - FUJ GUA HAI UP YUN ORR

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RecommendedNeocerambyx paris Wiedemann, 1821

Neocerambyx paris Wiedemann, 1821

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Cerambycini Latreille, 1802
genus Neocerambyx J. Thomson, 1861
paris Wiedemann, 1821

Neocerambyx paris Wiedemann, 1821

Distribution:
ASIA - NP "North India"

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RecommendedNeoclytus acuminatus acuminatus Fabricius, 1775

Neoclytus acuminatus acuminatus Fabricius, 1775

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Neoclytus J. Thomson, 1860
acuminatus acuminatus Fabricius, 1775

Neoclytus acuminatus acuminatus Fabricius, 1775

Distribution:
Ei: CR FR HU IT SK SL SZ YU NAR NTRi

 

This interesting and elegant Cerambycid species has been introduced to Europe (northern Adriatic) from North America in the last century and is spreading now.

 

Body length: 7 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 1 - 2 years
Adults in: April - August
Host plant: polyphagous on a broad variety of deciduous trees
Distribution: Italy, South France, Croatia, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary


The depicted beetles were reared from larvae found in a dead trunk of lotusberry (Celtis australis). The trunk was collected in Šušnjevica (15 km east of Pazin, Istra peninsula, Croatia).

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RecommendedNeopiciella sicula Ganglbauer, 1886c

Neopiciella sicula Ganglbauer, 1886c

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Neopiciella Sama, 1988
sicula Ganglbauer, 1886c

Neopiciella sicula Ganglbauer, 1886c

Distribution:
EUROPE - IT (Sicilia)

 

Body length: 9 - 11 mm

Life cycle: 2 - 3 years [?]
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: deciduous trees (Acer, Fagus, Quercus)
Distribution: endemic Sicilian species
This very rare beetle was collected on a flower (Apiaceae) near Bosco della Ficcuzza (Sicily, Italy).

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RecommendedNeoplagionotus bobelayei Brullé, 1832

Neoplagionotus bobelayei Brullé, 1832

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Neoplagionotus Kasatkin, 2005
bobelayei Brullé, 1832

Neoplagionotus bobelayei Brullé, 1832

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL BU GR MC RO ST TR UK ASIA - AB AR GG IN IQ S JO SY TM TR

 

Body length: 11 - 24 mm
Life cycle: 1 year
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: larvae feed in roots of marsh mallow (Althaea, Malvaceae)
Distribution: Balcan peninsula, Turkey, Near East

 

The depicted mounted beetle was collected on flower (Malvaceae) near Erdemli (SW Turkey). The living specimen was captured on the host plant (Althaea sp.) near Vayk (Southern Armenia).

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RecommendedNeoplocaederus caroli Leprieur, 1876

Neoplocaederus caroli Leprieur, 1876

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Cerambycini Latreille, 1802
genus Neoplocaederus Sama, 1991
caroli Leprieur, 1876

Neoplocaederus caroli Leprieur, 1876

Distribution:
NORTH AFRICA - AG LB MO TU AFR

 

Body length: 20 - 45 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: unknown

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RecommendedNeoplocaederus scapularis Fischer von Waldheim, 1821

Neoplocaederus scapularis Fischer von Waldheim, 1821

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Cerambycini Latreille, 1802
genus Neoplocaederus Sama, 1991
scapularis Fischer von Waldheim, 1821

Neoplocaederus scapularis Fischer von Waldheim, 1821

Distribution:
ASIA - AF IN KI KZ TD TM UZ XIN

 

Body length: 25 - 40 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: Ferula foetida
Distribution: Iran, Afghanistan, Central Asia

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RecommendedNivellia sanguinosa Gyllenhal, 1827

Nivellia sanguinosa Gyllenhal, 1827

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Nivellia Mulsant, 1863
sanguinosa Gyllenhal, 1827

Nivellia sanguinosa Gyllenhal, 1827

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BY CT CZ EN FI GE NR NT PL RO SK SV UK ASIA - ES FE GAN HEB HEI HEN JA JIL KZ LIA MG NC NMO WS

 

Body length: 10 - 14 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: polyphagous in decidouous trees (Alnus, Betula, Populus etc.)
Distribution: North and Central Europe

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RecommendedNothorhina muricata (Dalman, 1817)

Nothorhina muricata (Dalman, 1817)

othorhina muricata (Dalman, 1817) 
[= Nothorhina punctata (Fabricius, 1798)]

Subfamilia: SPONDYLIDINAE / Tribus: ASEMINI

 

Body length: 6 - 12 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: June - July
Host plant: pines (Pinus)
Distribution: Europe

 

The living beetles in the pictures were photographed in locality near Třeboň (South Bohemia, Czech Republic) on bark of a living solitary pine tree (Pinus sylvestris). Excuse me please for low quality of live beetle pictures, but Nothorhina muricata is very shy and extremely fast running beetle, hidden under bark scales most of the day-time.

Collected by M.Hoskovec.

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RecommendedNustera distigma Charpentier, 1825

Nustera distigma Charpentier, 1825

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Nustera Villiers, 1974b
distigma Charpentier, 1825

Nustera distigma Charpentier, 1825

Distribution:
EUROPE - FR PT SP NORTH AFRICA - AG MO TU

 

Body length: 9 - 14 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: polyphagous in coniferous and deciduous trees
Distribution: North Africa, Spain, South France
The depicted beetles were collected on flowers (Apiaceae) near San Pedro (Spain).

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RecommendedObrium brunneum Fabricius, 1793

Obrium brunneum Fabricius, 1793

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Obriini Mulsant, 1839
genus Obrium Dejean, 1821
brunneum Fabricius, 1793

Obrium brunneum Fabricius, 1793

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ DE EN FR GB GE GR HU IR IT LA LS LT LU ASIA - AB AR GG TR MD NL NT PL RO SK SL SP ST SV SZ UK YU

 

Body length: 4 - 7 mm
Life cycle: 1 year
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: polyphagous in coniferous trees (Picea, Abies, Pinus, Larix)


Distribution: Europe, Caucasus, Transcaucasia, Turkey, Iran

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RecommendedObrium cantharinum cantharinum Linnaeus, 1767

Obrium cantharinum cantharinum Linnaeus, 1767

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Obriini Mulsant, 1839
genus Obrium Dejean, 1821
cantharinum cantharinum Linnaeus, 1767

Obrium cantharinum cantharinum Linnaeus, 1767

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ EN FI FR GB GE GR HU IR IT LA ASIA - AB AR ES FE GG KZ MG TR WS XIN NTRi LT LU MD NE NL NT PL PL RO SK SP ST SV SZ UK YU

 

Body length: 5 - 10 mm
Life cycle: 1 - 2 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees, but strongly preferring Populus
Distribution: Europe, Caucasus, Transcaucasia, Turkey

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RecommendedOpisognathus forficatus Fabricius, 1798

Opisognathus forficatus Fabricius, 1798

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Prionini Latreille, 1802
genus Opisognathus J. Thomson, 1861
forficatus Fabricius, 1798

Opisognathus forficatus Fabricius, 1798

Distribution:
NORTH AFRICA - MO

 

Body length: 35 - 60 mm
Life cycle: 3 - 4 years
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: palm tree Chamaerops humilis
Distribution: Morocco


The depicted male beetle was collected 5 km N of Ben-Slimane (Ain-Tizrha, West Morocco).

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RecommendedOsphranteria lata Pic, 1956a

Osphranteria lata Pic, 1956a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Callichromatini Swainson & Shuckard, 1840
genus Osphranteria L. Redtenbacher, 1850
lata Pic, 1956a

Osphranteria lata Pic, 1956a

Distribution:
ASIA - AF IN

 

Body length: 15 - 25 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years [?]
Adults in: April - June
Host plant: Ziziphus sp. (Rhamnaceae)
Distribution: Iran


This very local longhorn beetle is perhaps the only heliophilic species we recorded in South Iran. The adults visit flowers and remain there most of the night. The depicted beetles were collected in Genu (30 km N Bandar-e Abbas, Hormozgan province, South Iran).

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RecommendedOxypleurus nodieri Mulsant, 1839

Oxypleurus nodieri Mulsant, 1839

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Spondylidinae Audinet-Serville, 1832
tribe Saphanini Gistel, 1848
genus Oxypleurus Mulsant, 1839
nodieri Mulsant, 1839

Oxypleurus nodieri Mulsant, 1839

Distribution:
EUROPE - CR BH FR GR IT PT SP UK N AG CI MO MR TU ASIA - GG TR

 

Body length: 11 - 16 mm
Life cycle: 2 and more years
Adults in: April - December
Host plant: dead wood of pines (Pinus halepensis, nigra, pinaster etc.)
Distribution: whole Mediterranean area


Oxypleurus nodieri is a rare Mediterranean longhorn beetle associated with a variety of pines. The larvae feed in recently dead branches and pupate in shallow pupal cells built in sapwood. The adults are nocturnal and can be found early in the spring.

The mounted beetle was collected by Z.Švec on pine (Pinus) logs at night in Amphisa (Greece). The depicted living beetle was collected in NW Spain by M.Rejzek.

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RecommendedPachyteria equestris Newman, 1841

Pachyteria equestris Newman, 1841

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Callichromatini Swainson & Shuckard, 1840
genus Pachyteria Audinet-Serville, 1834a
equestris Newman, 1841

Pachyteria equestris Newman, 1841

Distribution:
ASIA - YUN ORR

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RecommendedPachytodes erraticus Dalman, 1817a

Pachytodes erraticus Dalman, 1817a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Pachytodes Pic, 1891g
erraticus Dalman, 1817a

Pachytodes erraticus Dalman, 1817a

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BH BU BY CR CT CZ FR GE GR HU IT MC MD PL RO SK SL SP ST SZ TR ASIA - AB AR GG ES IN KZ SY TR WS XIN UK YU

 

Body length: 7 - 12 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: development in underground dead parts of deciduous trees (Quercus, Betula, Acer, Corylus, Prunus etc.)
Distribution: Central and South Europe, Caucasus, Transcaucasia, North Iran, Turkey
The depicted beetles were collected on flowers (Apiaceae) in Zbečno (Central Bohemia, Czech Republic).

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RecommendedParaclytus raddei Ganglbauer, 1882

Paraclytus raddei Ganglbauer, 1882

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Anaglyptini Lacordaire, 1868
genus Paraclytus Bates, 1884a
raddei Ganglbauer, 1882

Paraclytus raddei Ganglbauer, 1882

Distribution:
ASIA - AB IN

 

Body length: 10 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: polyphagous on deciduous trees
Distribution: Azerbaidjan, North Iran


This very rare beetle was reared from a larva found in pupal cell built in a substrate present inside a living hollow beech tree. The substrate was a 1-5 cm thick layer of a dead and extremely tenacious red-brown wood in close contact to the sound and very compact heart wood. Such substrate is created in hollow living deciduous trees. The substrate preferences of this species are very similar to Stictoleptura erythroptera (Hagenbach, 1822).

Larvae of Paraclytus raddei also were collected in recently dead trees but the above described substrate was always present. Together with Paraclytus raddei, larvae of Paraclytus reitteri (Ganglbauer, 1881) and Anaglyptus ganglbaueri Reitter, 1886 were collected. After the death of the host larvae of these species frequently penetrate into the neighbouring tissues.

More rarely larvae and dead adults of Paraclytus raddei were collected in dead but very compact and moisture-poor wood of trunks and stumps of Fagus orientalis. The larval substrate always showed characteristic fungal infestation. However, we believe that this sort of substrate is much more frequently infested by Paraclytus reitteri. Anaglyptus spp. have never been observed in this sort of substrate.

All the above mentioned Paraclytus and Anaglyptus species pupate in late autumn and adults overwinter in the pupal cells. The adults emerge very early in the following spring. In contrast to Paraclytus reitteri, this species, Paraclytus raddei, does not visit flowers and consequently it is being recorded much less frequently.

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RecommendedParaclytus reitteri Ganglbauer, 1882

Paraclytus reitteri Ganglbauer, 1882

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Anaglyptini Lacordaire, 1868
genus Paraclytus Bates, 1884a
reitteri Ganglbauer, 1882

Paraclytus reitteri Ganglbauer, 1882

Distribution:
ASIA - AB IN

 

The larval nutrition and female oviposition preferences of Paraclytus reitteri are very similar to those of Paraclytus raddei (Ganglbauer, 1881) and larvae of both species are frequently collected together. Paraclytus reitteri, however, seems to prefere dead but very compact and moisture-poor wood of trunks and stumps of Fagus orientalis (and very likely also other deciduous trees). The larval substrate always showed a characteristic fungal infestation.

 

Body length: 11 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: July - June
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: Azerbaidjan, North Iran

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RecommendedParaclytus sexguttatus Adams, 1817

Paraclytus sexguttatus Adams, 1817

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Anaglyptini Lacordaire, 1868
genus Paraclytus Bates, 1884a
sexguttatus Adams, 1817

Paraclytus sexguttatus Adams, 1817

Distribution:
EUROPE - BU ST TR ASIA - AB AR GG TR

 

Body length: 8 - 18 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees


Distribution: Caucasus, Azerbaidjan, Turkey, North Iran, South Bulgaria
The depicted beetle was beaten from blossoming hornbeam (Crataegus) in Bolu (North Turkey).

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RecommendedParandra caspia Ménétriés, 1832

Parandra caspia Ménétriés, 1832

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Parandrinae Blanchard, 1845
tribe Parandrini Blanchard, 1845
genus Parandra Latreille, 1802
caspia Ménétriés, 1832

Parandra caspia Ménétriés, 1832

Distribution:
ASIA - AB IN

 

Body length: 10 - 22 mm
Life cycle: 3 years
Adults in: May - September
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: Talysh (Azerbaidjan), Iran


Parandra (Archandra) caspia Ménétriés, 1832 shows a very interesting life history. The primary sites of attack are 2 years dead standing alders (Alnus) of large diameter growing on the bottom of shady brook and river valleys. Such trees when recently dead are first attacked by other wood boring insects and these start their development under the thick bark. During the next winter insectivorous birds search for the half grown larvae penetrating the thick bark. Next season in about June to July at night adult Parandra search for such trees and gather there. They use the openings in the bark to penetrate under it. Regularly a male and female find together a convenient opening and creep under the bark. There they create a large oval place where copulation occurs. The pair proceeds then to mine the wood and soon enters the hardwood where the female oviposits. A huge dead alder can support a colony of Parandra for many years. The adults do not need to leave the trees for many subsequent years. The species is relatively polyphagous. The depicted beetles were found under bark of a dead standing Carpinus in N Iran, prov. Mazandaran, Calus.

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RecommendedPedostrangalia emmipoda Mulsant, 1863

Pedostrangalia emmipoda Mulsant, 1863

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Pedostrangalia Sokolov, 1897
emmipoda Mulsant, 1863

Pedostrangalia emmipoda Mulsant, 1863

Distribution:
EUROPE - AR GG GR (Rodos) ASIA - LE SY TR

 

Body length: 11 - 16 mm
Life cycle: 2 years [?]
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: South Greece, Turkey, Near East, Armenia


The depicted beetle was beaten from a blossoming Christ's thorn (Paliurus spina-christi, Rhamnaceae) near village Karadut (Nemrut Dagi National Park, Adiyaman prov., Anatolia, SE Turkey).

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RecommendedPedostrangalia imperbis

Pedostrangalia imperbis

Pedostrangalia imperbis (Ménétriés, 1832)

Subfamilia: LEPTURINAE / Tribus: LEPTURINI

 

The biology of this species is identical to Pedostrangalia revestita (Linnaeus, 1767). The larval substrate comprises dead, moisture rich dark red wood in contact with living tissue of deciduous trees.

Body length: 10 - 16 mm
Life cycle: 2 years [?]
Adults in: May - July


Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: south coast of Caspian Sea, from Azerbaidjan through North Iran to Kopet-Dag
The beetle in the picture was collected together with several larvae in Quercus in Golestan forest 45 km NE Minudast (prov. Khorasan, North Iran).

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RecommendedPedostrangalia kurda Sama, 1996c

Pedostrangalia kurda Sama, 1996c

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Pedostrangalia Sokolov, 1897
kurda Sama, 1996c

Pedostrangalia kurda Sama, 1996c

Distribution:
ASIA - AR GG IQ TR

 

Body length: 9 - 16 mm
Life cycle: 2 years [?]
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: Turkey
The depicted beetle was collected in SE Turkey.

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RecommendedPedostrangalia raggii Sama, 1992b

Pedostrangalia raggii Sama, 1992b

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Pedostrangalia Sokolov, 1897
raggii Sama, 1992b

Pedostrangalia raggii Sama, 1992b

Distribution:
ASIA - CY

 

Body length: 8 - 13 mm
Life cycle: 2 years [?]
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: endemic species of Cyprus
The mounted male beetle was collected on flowers in Kykkou (Cyprus), locality of the living female is not specified.

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RecommendedPedostrangalia revestita Linnaeus, 1767

Pedostrangalia revestita Linnaeus, 1767

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Pedostrangalia Sokolov, 1897
revestita Linnaeus, 1767

Pedostrangalia revestita Linnaeus, 1767

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BU CR CZ DE FR FR FR GB GE GR HU IT MD NL PL PT RO SK SL

 

he species is very polyphagous but oak is preferred in Central Europe. Larvae of this species feed in dead red-brown and relatively moist wood in close contact with living tissue, such as the bases of dead branches surrounded by living callus. The pupal cell as well as the larval galleries are filled with typical long red wood fibres created by the larvae.

Body length: 8 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Quercus, Fagus, Carpinus etc.)
Distribution: Europe, Transcaucasia

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RecommendedPedostrangalia riccardoi riccardoi Holzschuh, 1984c

Pedostrangalia riccardoi riccardoi Holzschuh, 1984c

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Pedostrangalia Sokolov, 1897
riccardoi riccardoi Holzschuh, 1984c

Pedostrangalia riccardoi riccardoi Holzschuh, 1984c

Distribution:
ASIA - JO SY

 

Body length: 10 - 14 mm
Life cycle: 2 years [?]
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: Near East (Israel, Jordan, Syria)
The depicte beetle was collected in Bludan NW Damascus (Anti-Lebanon Mts., Syria).

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RecommendedPedostrangalia tokatensis Sama, 1996c

Pedostrangalia tokatensis Sama, 1996c

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Pedostrangalia Sokolov, 1897
tokatensis Sama, 1996c

Pedostrangalia tokatensis Sama, 1996c

Distribution:
ASIA - GG TR

 

Body length: 8 - 14 mm
Life cycle: 2 years [?]
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: Turkey


The depicted beetle was collected in North Turkey.

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RecommendedPedostrangalia verticenigra Pic, 1892v

Pedostrangalia verticenigra Pic, 1892v

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Pedostrangalia Sokolov, 1897
verticenigra Pic, 1892v

Pedostrangalia verticenigra Pic, 1892v

Distribution:
EUROPE - GR (Samos) ASIA - GG TR

 

Body length: 10 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years [?]
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: endemic species to Turkey


Collected by M.Šárovec in Sarigol-Parhali (NE Turkey).

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RecommendedPenichroa fasciata Stephens, 1831

Penichroa fasciata Stephens, 1831

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Graciliini Mulsant, 1839
genus Penichroa Stephens, 1839
fasciata Stephens, 1831

Penichroa fasciata Stephens, 1831

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL BH BU CR FR GR IT MA MC PT SL SP ST TR UK YU ASIA - AB AR CY GG IN IS NORTH AFRICA - AG LB MO TU SY TR

 

Body length: 6 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - September
Host plant: polyphagous on deciduous trees (Juglans, Ficus, Populus, Prunus, Castanea, Ceratonia, Quercus etc.)


Distribution: whole Mediterranean region
The depicted beetles were reared from larvae collected near Medulin (Istra, Croatia), in dead branches of fig tree (Ficus carica).

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RecommendedPhilus pallescens pallescens Bates, 1866

Philus pallescens pallescens Bates, 1866

family VESPERIDAE Mulsant, 1839
subfamily Philinae J. Thomson, 1861
tribe Philini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Philus Saunders, 1853
pallescens pallescens Bates, 1866

Philus pallescens pallescens Bates, 1866

Distribution:
ASIA - FUJ GUA GUI GUX HEN HKG HUN JA JIX SCH SHA TAI ZHE ORR
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RecommendedPhoracantha recurva Newman, 1840b

Phoracantha recurva Newman, 1840b

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Phoracanthini Newman, 1840
genus Phoracantha Newman, 1840a
recurva Newman, 1840b

Phoracantha recurva Newman, 1840b

Distribution:
EUROPE - GR IT MA PT SP NORTH AFRICA - LB MO TU ASIA - IS LE TR AFR AUR NAR NTR

 

ody length: 14 - 30 mm
Life cycle: 1 year
Adults in: April - October
Host plant: Eucalyptus sp.
Distribution: introduced from Australia to Spain and Greece


This beetle was collected on dying Eucalyptus tree in Praeveza (West Greece).

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RecommendedPhymatodes femoralis femoralis Ménétriés, 1832

Phymatodes femoralis femoralis Ménétriés, 1832

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Callidiini Kirby, 1837
genus Phymatodes Mulsant, 1839
femoralis femoralis Ménétriés, 1832

Phymatodes femoralis femoralis Ménétriés, 1832

Distribution:
EUROPE - ST ASIA - AB AR GG IN

 

ody length: 7 - 14 mm
Life cycle: 1 - 2 years
Adults in: April - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: Caucasus, Azerbaidjan, Iran, NW Turkey

 

 

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RecommendedPhymatodes testaceus Linnaeus, 1758

Phymatodes testaceus Linnaeus, 1758

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Callidiini Kirby, 1837
genus Phymatodes Mulsant, 1839
testaceus Linnaeus, 1758

Phymatodes testaceus Linnaeus, 1758

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ DE EN FI FR GB GE GR HU IR IT LA LS LT LU ASIA - AB AR CY FE GG IQ IS JA KZ NC TR SC SY WS NORTH AFRICA - AG MD NL NR NT PL PT RO SK SL SP ST SV SZ TR UK YU

 

Body length: 6 - 18 mm
Life cycle: 1 - 2 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees, but prefers oak (Quercus)
Distribution: Europe, Caucaus, Transcaucasia, North Africa, Turkey, Near East


Mounted beetles: The depicted male was collected on an oak log near Zbečno (Central Bohemia, Czech Republic) and the female was attracted to light in Karadut village (Nemrut Dagi National Park, Adiyaman prov., Anatolia, SE Turkey).

The living beetle was collected in Saint-Martin-de-Londres (Hérault, France).

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RecommendedPlagionotus arcuatus lugubris Ménétriés, 1832

Plagionotus arcuatus lugubris Ménétriés, 1832

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Plagionotus Mulsant, 1842b
arcuatus lugubris Ménétriés, 1832

Plagionotus arcuatus lugubris Ménétriés, 1832

Distribution:
ASIA - AB AR IN TM

 

Body length: 8 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 1 - 2 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: Quercus spp. but possibly also other deciduous trees
Distribution: Azerbaijan, North Iran, SW Turkmenia
The depicted beetles were collected in the surroundings of Minúdast (NE Iran, Khorásán province).

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RecommendedPlagionotus bartholomei Motschulsky, 1860a

Plagionotus bartholomei Motschulsky, 1860a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Plagionotus Mulsant, 1842b
bartholomei Motschulsky, 1860a

Plagionotus bartholomei Motschulsky, 1860a

Distribution:
ASIA - AB IN

 

Plagionotus bartholomaei is an endemic species to Iran. The host plant of this species is Quercus. The larvae mine under bark in the lower parts of dead trunks or in branches of larger diameter. A high degree of moisture is required. The pupation occurs in sapwood or alternatively under or in the bark. The beetles hatch after two years of development and the adults are crepuscular.

 

Body length: 11 - 19 mm
Life cycle: 1 - 2 years
Adults in: April - June
Host plant: oak (Quercus spp.)
Distribution: Talysh (Azerbaidjan), Iran
The depicted beetles were reared from a larvae found in Golestan forest 45 km NE Minudast (prov. Khorasan, North Iran).

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RecommendedPlagionotus floralis (Pallas, 1773)

Plagionotus floralis (Pallas, 1773)

Subfamilia: CERAMBYCINAE

ribus: CLYTINI

 

Plagionotus floralis (Pallas, 1773) 
[= Echinocerus floralis (Pallas, 1773)] 
[= Paraplagionotus floralis (Pallas, 1773)]

 

ody length: 8 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 1 year
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: polyphagous in roots of herbs (Euphorbia, Medicago, Achillea)
Distribution: Europe except North, Russia, Turkey, Caucasus, North Iran, Transcaucasia


The depicted mounted beetle was collected on yarrow (Achillea) in Kamenica nad Hronom (South Slovakia). The living one was captured near Vayk (Southern Armenia).

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RecommendedPlagionotus siculus (Castelnau de Laporte & Gory, 1841)

Plagionotus siculus (Castelnau de Laporte & Gory, 1841)

Subfamilia: CERAMBYCINAE

Tribus: CLYTINI


Plagionotus siculus (Castelnau de Laporte & Gory, 1841) 
[= Neoplagionotus siculus (Castelnau de Laporte & Gory, 1841)] 
[= Echinocerus siculus (Castelnau de Laporte & Gory, 1841)] 


Body length: 11 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 1 year
Adults in: April - June
Host plant: larvae feed in roots of Malvaceae (Malva silvestris and Lavatera stenopetala)
Distribution: Sicily and North Africa.


The depicted beetle was collected on flower (Malvaceae) near Adrano (Sicily).

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RecommendedPoecilium fasciatum (Villers, 1789)

Poecilium fasciatum (Villers, 1789)

Subfamilia: CERAMBYCINAE
Tribus: CALLIDIINI

Body length: 5 - 9 mm
Life cycle: 1 year
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: grapevine (Vitis vinifera)


Distribution: Central and South Europe, Caucasus

The depicted beetle was beaten from dead grapevine (Vitis vinifera) twigs in Štúrovo (South Slovakia).

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RecommendedPoecilium glabratum (Charpentier, 1825)

Poecilium glabratum (Charpentier, 1825)

Subfamilia: CERAMBYCINAE
Tribus: CALLIDIINI

 

Body length: 5 - 9 mm
Life cycle: 1 year
Adults in: March - June
Host plant: juniper (Junipers), rarely in Cupressus / Pinus


Distribution: Europe except North, Algeria, NW Caucasus


The depicted beetle was reared from larva collected in a dead juniper (Juniperus communis) branch. It was found near Čachtice (Central Slovakia).

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RecommendedPoecilium lividum (Rossi, 1794)

Poecilium lividum (Rossi, 1794)

Subfamilia: CERAMBYCINAE
Tribus: CALLIDIINI

Body length: 5 - 12 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: April - July


Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Quercus, Castanea, Fagus etc.).


Distribution: SW / SE Europe, Asia Minor, North Africa, Caucasus
The mounted beetle was beaten from oaks (Quercus) in Erdemli (S Turkey). The living one was collected in Sussargues (Hérault, France).

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RecommendedPoecilium rufipes (Fabricius, 1776)

Poecilium rufipes (Fabricius, 1776)

Subfamilia: CERAMBYCINAE
Tribus: CALLIDIINI

Body length: 5 - 8 mm
Life cycle: 1 year
Adults in: April - June


Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees

Distribution: Europe except North, Turkey, Near East
The depicted beetle was beaten from a blossoming hawthorn (Crataegus) near Srbsko village (Central Bohemia, Czech Republic).

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RecommendedPogonarthron petrovi Danilevsky, 2004c

Pogonarthron petrovi Danilevsky, 2004c

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Prionini Latreille, 1802
genus Pogonarthron Semenov, 1900a
petrovi Danilevsky, 2004c

Pogonarthron petrovi Danilevsky, 2004c

Distribution:
ASIA - TD

 

Body length: 16.3 - 19.8 mm
Life cycle: unknown
Adults in: June and July
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: northern Babatag Ridge, W Tadzhikistan

 

Pogonarthron petrovi has been described recently by Danilevsky, 2004 from northern Babatag Ridge, West Tadzhikistan.

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RecommendedPothyne variegata variegata J. Thomson, 1864

Pothyne variegata variegata J. Thomson, 1864

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Agapanthiini Mulsant, 1839
genus Pothyne J. Thomson, 1864
variegata variegata J. Thomson, 1864

Pothyne variegata variegata J. Thomson, 1864

Distribution:
ASIA - HUN NP SD TAI YUN ORR

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RecommendedPrinobius myardi myardi Mulsant, 1842a

Prinobius myardi myardi Mulsant, 1842a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Macrotomini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Prinobius Mulsant, 1842a
myardi myardi Mulsant, 1842a

Prinobius myardi myardi Mulsant, 1842a

Distribution:
EUROPE - FR PT SP

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RecommendedPseudechthistatus obliquefasciatus Pic, 1917f

Pseudechthistatus obliquefasciatus Pic, 1917f

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Monochamini Gistel, 1848
genus Pseudechthistatus Pic, 1917f
obliquefasciatus Pic, 1917f

Pseudechthistatus obliquefasciatus Pic, 1917f

Distribution:
ASIA - YUN

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RecommendedPseudosphegesthes brunnea

Pseudosphegesthes brunnea

Subfamilia: CERAMBYCINAE

Tribus: CLYTINI

 

Pseudosphegesthes brunnea (Pic, 1897) 

[= Pseudosphegesthes brunnescens (Pic, 1897)]

 

Pseudosphegestes brunnea is a very rare species occurring in the Caucasus. The beetle in the picture was beaten from Fagus in Othi-Ahmeta in the environments of Tiflis, Georgia - Caucasus.

 

Body length: 6 - 11 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: June - July
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: an endemic species to Caucasus



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RecommendedPseudosphegesthes longitarsus Holzschuh, 1974a

Pseudosphegesthes longitarsus Holzschuh, 1974a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Pseudosphegesthes Reitter, 1913a
longitarsus Holzschuh, 1974a

Pseudosphegesthes longitarsus Holzschuh, 1974a

Distribution:
ASIA - TR

 

seudosphegestes longitarsus is a very rare species from Turkey. The depicted beetle was found in a dead branch remaining on a living oak (Quercus) in Karadut (Nemrut Dagi National Park, Adiyaman prov., Anatolia, SE Turkey).

 

Body length: 6 - 12 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: June - July
Host plant: oak (Quercus)
Distribution: Turkey

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RecommendedPseudosphegesthes samai Danilevsky, 2000b

Pseudosphegesthes samai Danilevsky, 2000b

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Pseudosphegesthes Reitter, 1913a
samai Danilevsky, 2000b

Pseudosphegesthes samai Danilevsky, 2000b

Distribution:
ASIA - TR

 

Body length: 9 - 13 mm
Life cycle: 2 years [?]
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: oak (Quercus)
Distribution: North Turkey


The depicted beetles were reared from larvae collected in dead oak (Quercus) branches collected in Niksar NE Tokat (N Turkey).

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RecommendedPterolophia zebrina Pascoe, 1858

Pterolophia zebrina Pascoe, 1858

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Pteropliini J. Thomson, 1860
genus Pterolophia Newman, 1842e
zebrina Pascoe, 1858

Pterolophia zebrina Pascoe, 1858

Distribution:
ASIA - FUJ GUA GUX HAI HUB HUN JIX NP SD TAI

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RecommendedPurpuricenus barbarus P. H. Lucas, 1842

Purpuricenus barbarus P. H. Lucas, 1842

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Purpuricenini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Purpuricenus Dejean, 1821
barbarus P. H. Lucas, 1842

Purpuricenus barbarus P. H. Lucas, 1842

Distribution:
NORTH AFRICA - AG MO TU

 

Body length: 10 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Quercus ilex, Pistacia lentiscus)
Distribution: Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia

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RecommendedPurpuricenus budensis Götz, 1783

Purpuricenus budensis Götz, 1783

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Purpuricenini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Purpuricenus Dejean, 1821
budensis Götz, 1783

Purpuricenus budensis Götz, 1783

Distribution:
EUROPE - BH BU CT CR FR GR HU IT MC MD RO SK SL SP ST TR UK YU ASIA - AB AR CY GG IS LE SY TR WS

 

Body length: 10 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Prunus, Quercus, Ulmus, Paliurus, Salix, Pistacia etc.)
Distribution: South Europe, Slovakia, Hungary, Caucasus, Transcaucasia, Turkey, Near East, North Iran

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RecommendedPurpuricenus caucasicus Pic, 1902

Purpuricenus caucasicus Pic, 1902

Subfamilia: CERAMBYCINAE

Tribus: PURPURICENINI


Body length: 10 - 22 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: Caucasus, Turkey [?]


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RecommendedPurpuricenus cornifrons Sabbadini & Pesarini, 1992b

Purpuricenus cornifrons Sabbadini & Pesarini, 1992b

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Purpuricenini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Purpuricenus Dejean, 1821
cornifrons Sabbadini & Pesarini, 1992b

Purpuricenus cornifrons Sabbadini & Pesarini, 1992b

Distribution:
ASIA - TR [type-Bingöl]

 

Body length: 10 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: June - July
Host plant: oaks (Quercus)
Distribution: Turkey


The depicted beetles were beaten from oaks in Buglan Gecidi (NW Mus, East Turkey).

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RecommendedPurpuricenus dalmatinus Sturm, 1843

Purpuricenus dalmatinus Sturm, 1843

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Purpuricenini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Purpuricenus Dejean, 1821
dalmatinus Sturm, 1843

Purpuricenus dalmatinus Sturm, 1843

Distribution:
EUROPE - BH BU CR GR IT MC SL ASIA - IS JO LE SY TR

 

Body length: 14 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: oak (Quercus)
Distribution: Balkan Peninsula, Turkey, Syria
The mounted beetle was beaten from oak (Quercus sp.) near village Karadut (Nemru

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RecommendedPurpuricenus desfontainii inhumeralis Pic, 1891b

Purpuricenus desfontainii inhumeralis Pic, 1891b

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Purpuricenini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Purpuricenus Dejean, 1821
desfontainii inhumeralis Pic, 1891b

Purpuricenus desfontainii inhumeralis Pic, 1891b

Distribution:
EUROPE - GR TR ASIA - JO IS SY TR

 

Body length: 10 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees and shrubs
Distribution: Greece and Turkey


The depicted beetles were collected on various flowers and blossoming shrubs (Hieracium, Chaerophyllum, Verbascum, Sarothamnus etc.) in Neo Ithilo (Lakoonia nomos, SW of Peloponnese peninsula, Greece).

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RecommendedPurpuricenus deyrollei J. Thomson, 1867

Purpuricenus deyrollei J. Thomson, 1867

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Purpuricenini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Purpuricenus Dejean, 1821
deyrollei J. Thomson, 1867

Purpuricenus deyrollei J. Thomson, 1867

Distribution:
ASIA - IN TM

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RecommendedPurpuricenus ferrugineus Fairmaire, 1851a

Purpuricenus ferrugineus Fairmaire, 1851a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Purpuricenini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Purpuricenus Dejean, 1821
ferrugineus Fairmaire, 1851a

Purpuricenus ferrugineus Fairmaire, 1851a

Distribution:
EUROPE - PT SP

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RecommendedPurpuricenus globulicollis globulicollis Dejean, 1839

Purpuricenus globulicollis globulicollis Dejean, 1839

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Purpuricenini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Purpuricenus Dejean, 1821
globulicollis globulicollis Dejean, 1839

Purpuricenus globulicollis globulicollis Dejean, 1839

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BH BU CR CT CZ EN FR GR HU IT ME RO SK SL SP ST SZ YU ASIA - KZ WS

 

Body length: 9 - 19 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: France, Italy, Hungary, Balcan peninsula
The depicted beetle was collected on wing in Sandanski (South Bulgaria).

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RecommendedPurpuricenus graecus renyvonae Sláma, 2001

Purpuricenus graecus renyvonae Sláma, 2001

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Purpuricenini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Purpuricenus Dejean, 1821
graecus renyvonae Sláma, 2001

Purpuricenus graecus renyvonae Sláma, 2001

Distribution:
EUROPE - BU CR MC TR YU ASIA - TR

 

Body length: 14 - 21 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: Bulgaria, NE Greece
The depicted beetle was colected by M.Rejzek in South Bulgaria.

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