Axinopalpis gracilis gracilis Krynicki, 1832

Catalog Cerambycinae Graciliini Axinopalpis gracilis gracilis Krynicki, 1832

Axinopalpis gracilis gracilis Krynicki, 1832

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Graciliini Mulsant, 1839
genus Axinopalpis Dejean, 1835
gracilis gracilis Krynicki, 1832

Axinopalpis gracilis gracilis Krynicki, 1832

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BH BU CR CT CR CZ GE GR HU IT LA LT MC MD PL RO SK SL ST ASIA - GG IS SY TR UK YU

 

A broadly distributed nocturnal species (West Europe, West Caucasus, Near East, South of European part of the former Soviet Union). In Central Europe it is considered to be quite a rare species. It develops in tiny terminal dead twigs of a variety of deciduous trees. In our climatic conditions it prefers oak (Quercus spp.) and especially common walnut (Juglans regia). The larvae create relatively big pupal cells directly under the bark of the twigs. A. gracilis is nocturnal species, but it can be beaten from leafs and twigs of host trees in daytime.

 

Body length: 5 - 12 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: April - July
Host plant: polygophagous in deciduous trees


Distribution: West Europe, West Caucasus, Near East, South of European part of the former Soviet Union

Code: C_2808
 
0,- Kč
002_AL: Albania
005_AU: Austria
008_BH: Bosnia Herzegovina
009_BU: Bulgaria
011_CR: Croatia
012_CZ: Czech Republic
018_GE: Germany
019_GG: Georgia
020_GR: Greece
021_HU: Hungary
023_IT: Italy
025_LA: Latvia
027_LT: Lithuania
030_MC: Macedonia
031_MD: Moldavia
035_CT: Russia(CET)
037_ST: Russia(SET)
038_PL: Poland
040_RO: Romania
042_SK: Slovakia
043_SL: Slovenia
047_TR: .Turkey
048_UK: Ukraine
049_YU: Serbia_Montenegro
068_IS: .Israel
085_SY: .Syria
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