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Catalog Longhorn beetle
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RecommendedAegomorphus clavipes Schrank, 1781a

Aegomorphus clavipes Schrank, 1781a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Acanthoderini J. Thomson, 1860
genus Aegomorphus Haldeman, 1847
clavipes Schrank, 1781a

Aegomorphus clavipes Schrank, 1781a

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BH BU CR CT CZ DE EN FI FR GE GR HU IT LA LT MD NR NT PL RO NORTH AFRICA - AG TU ASIA - AB AR ES FE GG HEB KZ JA MG NC NE SC TR WS XIN SK SL SP ST SV SZ TR UK YU

 

Body length: 7 - 17 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Populus, Tilia, Betula, Alnus, Fagus, Salix etc.)
Distribution: West Palaearctic region

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RecommendedAegomorphus francottei Sama, 1994e

Aegomorphus francottei Sama, 1994e

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Acanthoderini J. Thomson, 1860
genus Aegomorphus Haldeman, 1847
francottei Sama, 1994e

Aegomorphus francottei Sama, 1994e

Distribution:
EUROPE - FR MC PL RO YU

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RecommendedAegomorphus krueperi Kraatz, 1859

Aegomorphus krueperi Kraatz, 1859

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Acanthoderini J. Thomson, 1860
genus Aegomorphus Haldeman, 1847
krueperi Kraatz, 1859

Aegomorphus krueperi Kraatz, 1859

Distribution:
EUROPE - GR

 

Body length: 12 - 16 mm
Life cycle: unknown
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: mainly oak (Quercus sp.)
Distribution: endemic to mainland Greece

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RecommendedAegomorphus obscurior Pic, 1904d

Aegomorphus obscurior Pic, 1904d

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Acanthoderini J. Thomson, 1860
genus Aegomorphus Haldeman, 1847
obscurior Pic, 1904d

Aegomorphus obscurior Pic, 1904d

Distribution:
EUROPE - CT LA PL ST ASIA - ES FE JA KZ MG WS

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RecommendedOberea erythrocephala erythrocephala Schrank, 1776

Oberea erythrocephala erythrocephala Schrank, 1776

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Phytoeciini Mulsant, 1839
genus Oberea Dejean, 1835
erythrocephala erythrocephala Schrank, 1776

Oberea erythrocephala erythrocephala Schrank, 1776

Distribution:
EUROPE - AN AU BH BU BY CR CT CZ FR GE GR HU IT LS LT MC MD ASIA - AB AR GG IN KZ LE SY TR WS PL PT RO SK SL SP SZ TR UK YU

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RecommendedOberea oculata Linnaeus, 1758

Oberea oculata Linnaeus, 1758

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Phytoeciini Mulsant, 1839
genus Oberea Dejean, 1835
oculata Linnaeus, 1758

Oberea oculata 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 ES FE GG HEI HUB IN IQ JIL KZ LIA MG NMO MC MD NL NR NT PL PT RO SK SL SP ST SV SZ TR UK YU NORTH AFRICA - MO SC SHA SHN SY TR WS XIN

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RecommendedOberea pupillata Gyllenhal, 1817

Oberea pupillata Gyllenhal, 1817

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Phytoeciini Mulsant, 1839
genus Oberea Dejean, 1835
pupillata Gyllenhal, 1817

Oberea pupillata Gyllenhal, 1817

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BE BH BY CR CT CZ EN FR GE GR HU IT LA LS LT MC MD NT PL RO SL

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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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RecommendedTrichoferus fasciculatus fasciculatus Faldermann, 1837

Trichoferus fasciculatus fasciculatus Faldermann, 1837

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Hesperophanini Mulsant, 1839
genus Trichoferus Wollaston, 1854
fasciculatus fasciculatus Faldermann, 1837

Trichoferus fasciculatus fasciculatus Faldermann, 1837

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL BU CR FR GR IT MA PT RO SP UK YU NORTH AFRICA - AG EG LB ASIA - AB AR CY GG IN IQ IS JO LE SY TR MO TU

 

 

n the Mediterranean region (including North Africa) Trichoferus fasciculatus fasciculatus is a relatively common and a broadly polyphagous species. It develops in Ficus, Sorbus, Rhus, Nerium, Vitis, Paliurus, Spartium, Castanea, Ulmus, Morus, Punica, Rubus, Cytisus, Robinia, Ceratonia, Pistacia, Ziziphus, Coronilla, etc. Larvae feed especially in the wood of dead twigs 1 - 3 cm in diameter, but also in branches and trunks.

 

Body length: 9 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 1 - 2 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: whole Mediterranean region


The beetles in the pictures were reared from dead twigs of grapevine (Vitis vinifera) collected in South-West Sardinia, Italy.

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RecommendedTrichoferus griseus Fabricius, 1793

Trichoferus griseus Fabricius, 1793

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Hesperophanini Mulsant, 1839
genus Trichoferus Wollaston, 1854
griseus Fabricius, 1793

Trichoferus griseus Fabricius, 1793

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL BH BU CR FR GR IT MA PT RO SP ?ST YU UK NORTH AFRICA - AG EG LB MO TU ASIA - CY ?GG IQ IS JO LE SY TR

 

Body length: 9 - 20 mm
Life cycle: at least 1 year
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: broadly polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: whole Mediterranean region


The mounted beetle (in the left picture) was reared from larvae collected near Neo Ithilo (SW of Peloponnese, Greece), in dead branches of Ficus carica.

 

The living beetle was reared from Ficus carica collected in Perge (W Turkey).

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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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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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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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RecommendedVesperus aragonicus Baraud, 1964

Vesperus aragonicus Baraud, 1964

family VESPERIDAE Mulsant, 1839
subfamily Vesperinae Mulsant, 1839
tribe Vesperini Mulsant, 1839
genus Vesperus Dejean, 1821
aragonicus Baraud, 1964

Vesperus aragonicus Baraud, 1964

Distribution:
EUROPE - FR SP

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RecommendedVesperus barredai Verdugo, 2009

Vesperus barredai Verdugo, 2009

family VESPERIDAE Mulsant, 1839
subfamily Vesperinae Mulsant, 1839
tribe Vesperini Mulsant, 1839
genus Vesperus Dejean, 1821
barredai Verdugo, 2009

Vesperus barredai Verdugo, 2009

Distribution:
EUROPE - SP

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RecommendedVesperus bolivari Paulino d’Oliveira, 1893

Vesperus bolivari Paulino d’Oliveira, 1893

family VESPERIDAE Mulsant, 1839
subfamily Vesperinae Mulsant, 1839
tribe Vesperini Mulsant, 1839
genus Vesperus Dejean, 1821
bolivari Paulino d’Oliveira, 1893

Vesperus bolivari Paulino d’Oliveira, 1893

Distribution:
EUROPE - PT SP

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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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RecommendedStictoleptura maculicornis DeGeer, 1775

Stictoleptura maculicornis DeGeer, 1775

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
maculicornis DeGeer, 1775

Stictoleptura maculicornis DeGeer, 1775

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ EN FI FR GE GR HU IT LA LT LU MC MD NR ASIA - ?GG NT PL RO SK SL ST SV SZ UK YU

 


Body length: 7 - 10 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: polyphagous in coniferous and deciduous trees (Pinus, Picea, Betula, Abies etc.)
Distribution: Europe except some southern regions, Caucasus
The beetles in the pictures were collected on flowers in Zbečno and Broumy (Central Bohemia, Czech Republic).

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RecommendedPhytoecia rubropunctata Goeze, 1777

Phytoecia rubropunctata Goeze, 1777

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Phytoeciini Mulsant, 1839
genus Phytoecia Dejean, 1835
rubropunctata Goeze, 1777

Phytoecia rubropunctata Goeze, 1777

Distribution:
EUROPE - FR IT SP

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RecommendedPogonocherus hispidulus Piller & Mitterpacher, 1783

Pogonocherus hispidulus Piller & Mitterpacher, 1783

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Pogonocherini Mulsant, 1839
genus Pogonocherus Dejean, 1821
hispidulus Piller & Mitterpacher, 1783

Pogonocherus hispidulus Piller & Mitterpacher, 1783

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ FR GR HU IR IT LA LS LT LU MC ASIA - AB AR GG TR NORTH AFRICA - MR MD NL NT PT RO SK SL SP ST SZ UK YU

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RecommendedPogonocherus hispidus Linnaeus, 1758

Pogonocherus hispidus Linnaeus, 1758

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Pogonocherini Mulsant, 1839
genus Pogonocherus Dejean, 1821
hispidus Linnaeus, 1758

Pogonocherus hispidus 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 GG TR NORTH AFRICA - AG TU MD NL NR NT PL PT RO SK SL SP ST SV SZ UK YU

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RecommendedMenesia bipunctata Zubkov, 1829

Menesia bipunctata Zubkov, 1829

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Saperdini Mulsant, 1839
genus Menesia Mulsant, 1856
bipunctata Zubkov, 1829

Menesia bipunctata Zubkov, 1829

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BH BY CR CT CZ EN FR GE HU IT KZ LA LS LT NT PL RO

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RecommendedSaperda octopunctata Scopoli, 1772

Saperda octopunctata Scopoli, 1772

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Saperdini Mulsant, 1839
genus Saperda Fabricius, 1775
octopunctata Scopoli, 1772

Saperda octopunctata Scopoli, 1772

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ FR GE GR HU IT LT MD PL RO SK SL SP ST ASIA - AB AR GG TR SZ UK YU

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RecommendedSaperda perforata Pallas, 1773

Saperda perforata Pallas, 1773

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Saperdini Mulsant, 1839
genus Saperda Fabricius, 1775
perforata Pallas, 1773

Saperda perforata Pallas, 1773

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BH BU BY CR CT CZ EN FI FR GE GR HU IT LA LT MD NR NT PL RO SK ASIA - AB AR ES FE GG IN KZ MG NE TR WS XIN NORTH AFRICA - AG SP ST SV SZ TR UK

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RecommendedSaperda scalaris scalaris Linnaeus, 1758

Saperda scalaris scalaris Linnaeus, 1758

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Saperdini Mulsant, 1839
genus Saperda Fabricius, 1775
scalaris scalaris Linnaeus, 1758

Saperda scalaris scalaris Linnaeus, 1758

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

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RecommendedSaperda carcharias Linnaeus, 1758

Saperda carcharias Linnaeus, 1758

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lamiinae Latreille, 1825
tribe Saperdini Mulsant, 1839
genus Saperda Fabricius, 1775
carcharias Linnaeus, 1758

Saperda carcharias Linnaeus, 1758

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ DE EN FI FR GB GE GR HU IR IT LA LT LU ASIA - AB AR ES FE GAN GG GUI HEI HUB HUN JIA JIL KZ MG MC MD NL NR NT PL RO SK SL SP ST SV SZ TR UK YU

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RecommendedAlosterna scapularis Heyden, 1879

Alosterna scapularis Heyden, 1879

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Alosterna Mulsant, 1863
scapularis Heyden, 1879

Alosterna scapularis Heyden, 1879

Distribution:
ASIA - AB IN TM TR

 

Body length: 6 - 9 mm
Life cycle: 2 years [?]
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: larval development unknown
Distribution: Azerbaidjan (Talysh), North Iran, Turkey [?]
The beetle in the picture was collected on a blossoming Sambucus in N Iran, prov. Gilan, 40 km E Rudbar.

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RecommendedVesperus brevicollis Graells, 1858

Vesperus brevicollis Graells, 1858

family VESPERIDAE Mulsant, 1839
subfamily Vesperinae Mulsant, 1839
tribe Vesperini Mulsant, 1839
genus Vesperus Dejean, 1821
brevicollis Graells, 1858

Vesperus brevicollis Graells, 1858

Distribution:
EUROPE - PT SP

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RecommendedParandra brunnea Fabricius, 1798

Parandra brunnea Fabricius, 1798

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Parandrinae Blanchard, 1845
tribe Parandrini Blanchard, 1845
genus Parandra Latreille, 1802
brunnea Fabricius, 1798

Parandra brunnea Fabricius, 1798

Distribution:
Ei: GB GE NAR

 

Body length: 10 - 24 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: August - September
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Tilia, Populus)
Distribution: Dresden (Germany)


Parandra (Neandra) brunnea (Fabricius, 1779) is a common North American species, introduced and estabilished in West Palaearctic region only in Dresden (Saxony, Germany) in 19. century.

 

The depicted beetles were found in Dresden (Saxony, Germany).

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RecommendedPrionus coriarius Linnaeus, 1758

Prionus coriarius Linnaeus, 1758

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Prionini Latreille, 1802
genus Prionus Geoffroy, 1762
coriarius Linnaeus, 1758

Prionus coriarius Linnaeus, 1758

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

 

Body length: 18 - 45 mm
Life cycle: at least 3 years
Adults in: July - September
Host plant: polyphagous in rotten wood of deciduous and coniferous trees


Distribution: forest areas of Europe, Turkey, Caucasus, Transcaucasia, Iran and North Africa
The depicted beetles were collected in Prague - Krč (Central Bohemia, Czech Republic).

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RecommendedPseudoprionus bienerti Heyden, 1885c

Pseudoprionus bienerti Heyden, 1885c

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Prionini Latreille, 1802
genus Pseudoprionus Pic, 1898e
bienerti Heyden, 1885c

Pseudoprionus bienerti Heyden, 1885c

Distribution:
ASIA - IN TM

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RecommendedAnoplodera rufipes rufipes Schaller, 1783

Anoplodera rufipes rufipes Schaller, 1783

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Anoplodera Mulsant, 1839
rufipes rufipes Schaller, 1783

Anoplodera rufipes rufipes Schaller, 1783

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BH BU BY CR CZ EN FR GE GB GR HU IT LA LT MD ?NT PL RO SK

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RecommendedAkimerus schaefferi schaefferi Laicharting, 1784

Akimerus schaefferi schaefferi Laicharting, 1784

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Rhagiini Kirby, 1837
genus Akimerus Audinet-Serville, 1835b
schaefferi schaefferi Laicharting, 1784

Akimerus schaefferi schaefferi Laicharting, 1784

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BH BU CR CT CZ FR GE HU MD PL PT RO SK SP ST SZ UK

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RecommendedEuracmaeops marginatus Fabricius, 1781

Euracmaeops marginatus Fabricius, 1781

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Rhagiini Kirby, 1837
genus Euracmaeops Danilevsky, 2014i
marginatus Fabricius, 1781

Euracmaeops marginatus Fabricius, 1781

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BH BY CR CT CZ EN FI FR GE GR HU IT LA LT NL NR NT PL SK SL SP ST ASIA - ES FE GAN KZ MG NMO TR WS SV SZ UK YU

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RecommendedEuracmaeops septentrionis C. G. Thomson, 1866

Euracmaeops septentrionis C. G. Thomson, 1866

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Rhagiini Kirby, 1837
genus Euracmaeops Danilevsky, 2014i
septentrionis C. G. Thomson, 1866

Euracmaeops septentrionis C. G. Thomson, 1866

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BU BY CT CZ EN FI FR GE IT LA LS LT NR NT PL RO SK SL ST SV ASIA - ES FE KZ MG NC SC WS SZ UK

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RecommendedStenocorus quercus quercus Götz, 1783

Stenocorus quercus quercus Götz, 1783

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Rhagiini Kirby, 1837
genus Stenocorus Geoffroy, 1762
quercus quercus Götz, 1783

Stenocorus quercus quercus Götz, 1783

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ DE FR GE GR HU IT MC MD PL RO SK SL SP ST ASIA - ES MG TR WS SZ UK YU

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RecommendedCallidium violaceum Fabricius, 1775

Callidium violaceum Fabricius, 1775

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Callidiini Kirby, 1837
genus Callidium Fabricius, 1775
violaceum Fabricius, 1775

Callidium violaceum Fabricius, 1775

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ DE EN FI FR GB GE HU IR IT LA LS LT LU ASIA - AB AR ES FE GG HEI JA JIL KZ MG NC NMO SC TAI TR WS XIN MD NL NR NT PL RO SK SL SP ST SV SZ UK YU

 

Body length: 8 - 16 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: polyphagous in conifers (Pinus, Picea, Larix, Abies)


Distribution: Europe, Russia, Caucasus, Transcaucasia

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RecommendedCallidium aeneum aeneum DeGeer, 1775

Callidium aeneum aeneum DeGeer, 1775

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Callidiini Kirby, 1837
genus Callidium Fabricius, 1775
aeneum aeneum DeGeer, 1775

Callidium aeneum aeneum DeGeer, 1775

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ EN FI FR GE GR HU IT LA LS LT LU NL ASIA - ES FE HEI JA KZ MG WS NR NT PL RO SK SL ST SV SZ UK YU

 

Body length: 8 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 1 - 2 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: oligophagous in conifers (Pinus, Picea, Larix, Abies)
Distribution: Europe, Russia, Caucasus

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RecommendedMiniprionus pavlovskii Semenov, 1935b

Miniprionus pavlovskii Semenov, 1935b

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Prionini Latreille, 1802
genus Miniprionus Danilevsky, 1999c
pavlovskii Semenov, 1935b

Miniprionus pavlovskii Semenov, 1935b

Distribution:
ASIA - TD

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RecommendedDorysthenes rostratus Fabricius, 1793

Dorysthenes rostratus Fabricius, 1793

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Prionini Latreille, 1802
genus Dorysthenes Vigors, 1826
rostratus Fabricius, 1793

Dorysthenes rostratus Fabricius, 1793

Distribution:
ASIA - PA ORR

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RecommendedAegosoma scabricorne Scopoli, 1763

Aegosoma scabricorne Scopoli, 1763

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Aegosomatini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Aegosoma Audinet-Serville, 1832
scabricorne Scopoli, 1763

Aegosoma scabricorne Scopoli, 1763

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BEi BH BU BY CR CZ FR GB GE GR HU IT MC MD NL RO SK SL SP ST ASIA - AB AR GG IN IQ LE SY TR #39 #44 SZ TR UK YU

 

Body length: 25 - 52 mm
Life cycle: at least 3 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: Europe except the North, Turkey, Syria, Iran, Caucasus, Transcaucasia


The depicted mounted beetles were found on a trunk of a dead plane (Platanus orientalis) in Leptokaria (North Greece) at night. The live male beetle was photographed only (protected species in Central Europe) on a living small-leaved lime (Tilia cordata) near Malacky (SW Slovakia) at night.

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RecommendedPalaeomegopis lameerei Boppe, 1911a

Palaeomegopis lameerei Boppe, 1911a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Aegosomatini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Palaeomegopis Boppe, 1911a
lameerei Boppe, 1911a

Palaeomegopis lameerei Boppe, 1911a

Distribution:
ASIA - GUX SD XIZ YUN ORR

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RecommendedCasiphia thibeticola Fairmaire, 1894a

Casiphia thibeticola Fairmaire, 1894a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Anacolini J. Thomson, 1857
genus Casiphia Fairmaire, 1894a
thibeticola Fairmaire, 1894a

Casiphia thibeticola Fairmaire, 1894a

Distribution:
ASIA - SCH XIZ YUN ORR

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RecommendedCallipogon relictus Semenov, 1899c

Callipogon relictus Semenov, 1899c

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Callipogonini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Callipogon Audinet-Serville, 1832
relictus Semenov, 1899c

Callipogon relictus Semenov, 1899c

Distribution:
ASIA - FE HEB HEI JIL LIA NC NMO SC SHA SHX

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RecommendedCallergates gaillardoti Chevrolat, 1854

Callergates gaillardoti Chevrolat, 1854

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Ergatini Fairmaire, 1864
genus Callergates Lameere, 1904
gaillardoti Chevrolat, 1854

Callergates gaillardoti Chevrolat, 1854

Distribution:
EUROPE - GR (Rodos, Samos) NORTH AFRICA - EGi ASIA - CY LE SY TR

 

Ergates (Callergates) gaillardoti Chevrolat, 1854 occurs in Turkey, Syria and Lebanon. The species develops in Pinus spp. and it is often accompanied by its close relative Ergates (Ergates) faber (Linnaeus, 1767). The beetles in the pictures were reared from larvae collected in Kassab N Latakia (NW Syria) in a dead decaying trunk of Pinus halepensis.

 

Body length: 25 - 65 mm
Life cycle: > 3 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: pine (Pinus)
Distribution: Turkey, Syria and Lebanon

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RecommendedErgates faber faber Linnaeus, 1760

Ergates faber faber Linnaeus, 1760

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Ergatini Fairmaire, 1864
genus Ergates Audinet-Serville, 1832
faber faber Linnaeus, 1760

Ergates faber faber Linnaeus, 1760

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AN AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ FR GBi GE GR HU IT LA LT NL PL PT NORTH AFRICA - MO ASIA - AR ?AB GG IQ SY TR SK SL SP ST SV SZ TR UK YU

 

Body length: 23 - 60 mm
Life cycle: at least 3 years
Adults in: July - September
Host plant: coniferous trees, prefers pine (Pinus)
Distribution: Central and South Europe, Caucasus, Turkey, North Africa

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RecommendedEurypoda parandraeformis Lacordaire, 1868

Eurypoda parandraeformis Lacordaire, 1868

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Eurypodini Gahan, 1906
genus Eurypoda Saunders, 1853
parandraeformis Lacordaire, 1868

Eurypoda parandraeformis Lacordaire, 1868

Distribution:
ASIA - QIN YUN ORR

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RecommendedTragosoma depsarium Linnaeus, 1767

Tragosoma depsarium Linnaeus, 1767

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Meroscelisini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Tragosoma Audinet-Serville, 1832
depsarium Linnaeus, 1767

Tragosoma depsarium Linnaeus, 1767

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AN AU BH BU BY CR CT CZ EN FI FR GE GR IT LA LS LT MC NR NT PL ASIA - ES FE WS SK SL SP ST SV SZ UK YU

 

These pictures show a female of Tragosoma depsarium (Linnaeus, 1767). Tragosoma depsarium is a Holoarctic species. In the Palaearctics it lives in the coniferous forests of Europe and Siberia. In Europe it reaches the Pyrenees in the SW and the mountain Olympus (Greece) in the SE. In Central Europe, however, it certainly belongs to the rarest longhorn beetle species. Tragosoma depsarium develops in Pinus spp. and sometimes also in Norway spruce (Picea abies). Larvae of Tragosoma depsarium feed primarily in the decaying sapwood of dead, fallen trunks, and occasionally in old stumps (cf. Figures 1 - 3). The development period lasts at least three years. Pupation takes place in the wood and adults appear from the end of June to August (middle of July to August in Central Europe) and are active during the night.

 

Body length: 16 - 35 mm
Life cycle: > 3 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: Pinus, Picea abies
Distribution: Holoarctic species


The beetle in these pictures was reared from a larva collected in a dead fallen trunk of Picea abies.

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RecommendedDorysthenes walkeri G. R. Waterhouse, 1840

Dorysthenes walkeri G. R. Waterhouse, 1840

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Prionini Latreille, 1802
genus Dorysthenes Vigors, 1826
walkeri G. R. Waterhouse, 1840

Dorysthenes walkeri G. R. Waterhouse, 1840

Distribution:
ASIA - FUJ GUX HAI HUB SCH YUN ORR

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RecommendedCallidium coriaceum Paykull, 1800

Callidium coriaceum Paykull, 1800

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Callidiini Kirby, 1837
genus Callidium Fabricius, 1775
coriaceum Paykull, 1800

Callidium coriaceum Paykull, 1800

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BH BY CR CT CZ EN FI FR GE GR HU IT LA LS LT LU NR NT PL RO SK SL ST SV SZ ASIA - ES FE HEI HEN JA MG NMO WS UK YU

 

Body length: 8 - 16 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: coniferous trees (Picea, Abies, Pinus)
Distribution: Central, East and North Europe, France


Callidium coriaceum is a rare mountainous species associated with mainly spruce in Central Europe. In N Slovak Republic the authors of this site have once observed the species flying to a dying spruce (Figure) of a large diameter. One day spent in a close proximity to the tree resulted in capturing about 12 specimens of this rare animal. Although the beetle seems to be coloured in a rather striking way it is very difficult to see it on the bark of a spruce. Moreover the beetles tend to hide in bark crevices as soon as they land. The larvae of this species feed subcortically and later they enter the sapwood where they build the pupal cells. Recently dead standing spruce trees are the preferred larval substrate. The depicted beetle was found on a dying Norway spruce (Picea abies) near Blatnica (NW Slovakia).

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RecommendedLeioderes kollari kollari L. Redtenbacher, 1848

Leioderes kollari kollari L. Redtenbacher, 1848

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Callidiini Kirby, 1837
genus Leioderes L. Redtenbacher, 1848
kollari kollari L. Redtenbacher, 1848

Leioderes kollari kollari L. Redtenbacher, 1848

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BH BU BY CR CT CZ FR GE GR HU IT LA LT MC MD NR RO PL SK SL ASIA - GG SP ST SV SZ UK YU

 

According to Rejzek and Rébl (1999) the preferred host of this species in Central Europe is field maple (Acer campestre). Thicker branches and trunks are usually attacked. Larvae feed subcortically and later in sapwood creating a very characteristic frass pattern filled with fine sawdust. When entering the wood the larvae never block the entrance holes (Figure). They secure the pupal cells by a wad of frass deeper in the wood. The beetles can occasionally be found on flowers but they probably gather on them during the night and stay there a substantial part of the next day, analogous to their close relative Leioderes tuerki, a typical nocturnal species. Leioderes tuerki is not active before dusk and during the night it flies around cordwood and comes to flowering plants, shrubs and trees. During the next morning it can for example be found sitting on flowering hawthorn, but it disappears before noon. Most of the beetles spend the day sitting on leaves of the host plants (Juglans regia and others in case of Leioderes tuerki).

 

Body length: 9 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 1 - 2 years
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Acer, Ulmus, Quercus)
Distribution: Europe - reaching Ural Mts., Near East

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RecommendedPronocera angusta Kriechbaumer, 1844

Pronocera angusta Kriechbaumer, 1844

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Callidiini Kirby, 1837
genus Pronocera Motschulsky, 1859b
angusta Kriechbaumer, 1844

Pronocera angusta Kriechbaumer, 1844

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BH CZ GE HU IT PL RO SK UK

 

A very rare species in Central Europe developing in Norway spruce (Picea abies), European silver fir (Abies alba) and probably also in common larch (Larix decidua). The larvae feed subcortically in recently dead branches of living trees. The pupal cell is built in the sapwood. Development lasts two years. Adults never visit flowers.

 

Body length: 8 - 12 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: coniferous trees (Picea, Abies, Larix)


Distribution: Central and South-East Europe, Russia

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RecommendedPlagionotus arcuatus arcuatus Linnaeus, 1758

Plagionotus arcuatus arcuatus Linnaeus, 1758

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Plagionotus Mulsant, 1842b
arcuatus arcuatus Linnaeus, 1758

Plagionotus arcuatus arcuatus Linnaeus, 1758

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

 

Plagionotus arcuatus arcuatus is a very common European species developing in a variety of deciduous trees.

 

Body length: 8 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Quercus, Acer, Carpinus, Tilia etc.)
Distribution: Europe, Caucasus, Transcaucasia, North Africa, Turkey, North Iran

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RecommendedPlagionotus detritus detritus Linnaeus, 1758

Plagionotus detritus detritus Linnaeus, 1758

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Plagionotus Mulsant, 1842b
detritus detritus Linnaeus, 1758

Plagionotus detritus detritus Linnaeus, 1758

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ EN FR GE GR HU IT LA LT MC MD NL NT ASIA - KZ TR PL PT RO SK SL SP ST SV SZ TR UK YU

 

A broadly distributed species (from Europe to Transcaucasia and North Iran). It develops in deciduous trees, especially in oak (Quercus), also in hornbeam (Carpinus), beech (Fagus), chestnut tree (Castanea), etc. Larvae feed under (or in) the bark of sun-exposed standing or fallen trunks and thick branches.

 

Body length: 10 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 1 - 2 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees, in Central Europe prefers oak (Quercus)
Distribution: Europe, Russia, Caucasus, North Kazakhstan, Transcaucasia, Iran, Near East

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RecommendedPseudosphegesthes bergeri Sláma, 1982

Pseudosphegesthes bergeri Sláma, 1982

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Pseudosphegesthes Reitter, 1913a
bergeri Sláma, 1982

Pseudosphegesthes bergeri Sláma, 1982

Distribution:
EUROPE - GR (Kríti)

 

Body length: 6 - 13 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: June
Host plant: Kermes oak (Quercus coccifera)
Distribution: endemic species of Crete

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RecommendedPseudosphegesthes cinerea Laporte & Gory, 1836

Pseudosphegesthes cinerea Laporte & Gory, 1836

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Pseudosphegesthes Reitter, 1913a
cinerea Laporte & Gory, 1836

Pseudosphegesthes cinerea Laporte & Gory, 1836

Distribution:
EUROPE - FR GE IT SP UK

 

Body length: 9 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: oaks (Quercus sp.).
Distribution: Spain, France, Italy


The depicted beetles were reared from larvae collected in a dead oak branch (Quercus) in Hirzfelden (Alsace, France).

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RecommendedXylotrechus pantherinus Savenius, 1825

Xylotrechus pantherinus Savenius, 1825

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Xylotrechus Chevrolat, 1860d
pantherinus Savenius, 1825

Xylotrechus pantherinus Savenius, 1825

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BY CT CZ FI FR GE HU IT LT NT PL RO SK ST SV SZ ASIA - ES FE KZ MG WS XIN

 

Body length: 10 - 21 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: June - July
Host plant: goat willow (Salix caprea)
Distribution: Europe, Russia, North Caucasus, Kazakhstan


The depicted beetles in were reared from larvae collected in a living goat willow (Salix caprea) in Grygov near Olomouc (North-Central Moravia, Czech Republic).

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RecommendedXylotrechus rusticus Linnaeus, 1758

Xylotrechus rusticus Linnaeus, 1758

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Xylotrechus Chevrolat, 1860d
rusticus Linnaeus, 1758

Xylotrechus rusticus Linnaeus, 1758

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ DE EN FI FR GE GR HU IT LA LT LU MC MD NR ASIA - AB AR ES FE GG IN KZ MG NC SC TD TM TR WS NORTH AFRICA - AG MO NT PL PT RO SK SL SP ST SV SZ UK YU

 

Body length: 10 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: May - September
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (especially in Populus, also in Fagus, Salix, Betula, Acer, Tilia etc.)
Distribution: Europe, Caucasus, Transcaucasia, Turkey, North Iran


The living beetle was photographed on a poplar log (Populus sp.) near Bitlis (East Turkey). The mounted beetles were reared from larvae collected in a dead branch of white poplar (Populus alba) in Pouzdřany (South Moravia, Czech Republic).

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RecommendedXylotrechus arvicola arvicola Olivier, 1795

Xylotrechus arvicola arvicola Olivier, 1795

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Xylotrechus Chevrolat, 1860d
arvicola arvicola Olivier, 1795

Xylotrechus arvicola arvicola Olivier, 1795

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ EN FR GE GR HU IT KZ LA LT LU MC MD ASIA - AB AR GG ?KZ SY TR NORTH AFRICA - AG MO NL PL PT RO SK SL SP ST SZ TR UK YU

 

Xylotrechus arvicola is a broadly distributed species (Europe, Caucasus, Transcaucasia, North Africa, Near East, and North Iran) and is quite common in Central Europe. It is broadly polyphagous in deciduous trees (Quercus, Carpinus, Fagus, Malus, Ulmus, Crataegus, Juglans, Populus, Tilia, Morus, Sorbus, Prunus, etc.). Larvae feed in dead wood of the hosts.

Body length: 8 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees


Distribution: Europe, Russia, Caucasus, North Kazakhstan, Transcaucasia, Turkey, Iran, Near East, North Africa

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RecommendedTrichoferus pallidus Olivier, 1790b

Trichoferus pallidus Olivier, 1790b

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Hesperophanini Mulsant, 1839
genus Trichoferus Wollaston, 1854
pallidus Olivier, 1790b

Trichoferus pallidus Olivier, 1790b

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BH BU CR CZ GE GR HU IT PL PT RO SK SP ST UK YU

 

Body length: 10 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: June - July
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees, but prefers oak (Quercus)
Distribution: Central and West Europe, Crimea, North Caucaus

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RecommendedMolorchus marmottani marmottani Brisout de Barneville, 1863

Molorchus marmottani marmottani Brisout de Barneville, 1863

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Molorchini Gistel, 1848
genus Molorchus Fabricius, 1793
marmottani marmottani Brisout de Barneville, 1863

Molorchus marmottani marmottani Brisout de Barneville, 1863

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BU CT CZ FR GE IT PL SK SP ST SZ ASIA - TR

 

Body length: 5 - 9 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: April - June
Host plant: pine (Pinus)
Distribution: Central, SW and West Europe

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RecommendedIsotomus speciosus speciosus D. H. Schneider, 1787

Isotomus speciosus speciosus D. H. Schneider, 1787

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Isotomus Mulsant, 1862
speciosus speciosus D. H. Schneider, 1787

Isotomus speciosus speciosus D. H. Schneider, 1787

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BU CR CZ GE GR HU MD RO SK SL SK ST UK YU ASIA - AB AR GG TR

 

Body length: 10 - 22 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: June - July
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: Europe except North, Caucasus, Transcaucasia

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RecommendedClytus tropicus Panzer, 1795

Clytus tropicus Panzer, 1795

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Clytus Laicharting, 1784
tropicus Panzer, 1795

Clytus tropicus Panzer, 1795

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BH BU BY CR CZ FR GE GR HU MC MD PL RO SK SL SP ST SZ TR UK YU

 

his beautiful species is distributed in Europe, and the West of the European part of the former Soviet Union. Clytus tropicus develops in broadleaf trees, especially in oak (Quercus).

 

Body length: 10 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 1 - 2 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Quercus, Prunus, Pyrus etc.)
Distribution: Europe except North, West Russia

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RecommendedRopalopus clavipes Fabricius, 1775

Ropalopus clavipes Fabricius, 1775

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Callidiini Kirby, 1837
genus Ropalopus Mulsant, 1839
clavipes Fabricius, 1775

Ropalopus clavipes Fabricius, 1775

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ DE FR GE GR HU IT LA LT MA MC MD NL NT ASIA - AB AR GG IN KZ TR PL RO SK SL SP ST SZ TR UK YU

 

Body length: 9 - 25 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: May - Augus
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Acer, Alnus, Castanea, Fagus, Quercus, Malus, Prunus, Paliurus etc.).
Distribution: Europe except North, Caucasus, Transcaucasia, Near East, Iran



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RecommendedRopalopus siculus Stierlin, 1864

Ropalopus siculus Stierlin, 1864

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Callidiini Kirby, 1837
genus Ropalopus Mulsant, 1839
siculus Stierlin, 1864

Ropalopus siculus Stierlin, 1864

Distribution:
EUROPE - GR IT (Sicilia)

 

Body length: 15 - 25 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: April - July
Host plant: maple (Acer)
Distribution: endemic to Sicily

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RecommendedRopalopus ungaricus Herbst, 1784

Ropalopus ungaricus Herbst, 1784

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Callidiini Kirby, 1837
genus Ropalopus Mulsant, 1839
ungaricus Herbst, 1784

Ropalopus ungaricus Herbst, 1784

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BH BU CR CZ FR GE HU IT MC PL RO SK SL SZ YU UK NORTH AFRICA - AG

 

Ropalopus ungaricus is a rare and endangered mountainous European species. It develops in living or dying Acer pseudoplatanus (cf. Figure 1). The adult beetles are not easy to find as they usually sit on leaves or bark in the canopy region of the host trees, and the larvae too, can be difficult to find. The only hallmark of the beetle's presence is a wounded region in the living bark of the host (cf. Figure 2) clearly visible shortly after the beetle has hatched. However, even this can disappear quite quickly, as a result of the the tree's ability to heal these wounds to some extent.

 

Body length: 16 - 24 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees, but strongly preferring maple (Acer)
Distribution: Central and SE Europe, Italy, France

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RecommendedRopalopus varini Bedel, 1870

Ropalopus varini Bedel, 1870

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Callidiini Kirby, 1837
genus Ropalopus Mulsant, 1839
varini Bedel, 1870

Ropalopus varini Bedel, 1870

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

 

Body length: 10 - 14 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: June - July
Host plant: oak (Quercus)
Distribution: Europe except North

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RecommendedSemanotus undatus Linnaeus, 1758

Semanotus undatus Linnaeus, 1758

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

Semanotus undatus Linnaeus, 1758

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

 

Body length: 7 - 14 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: March - June
Host plant: polyphagous in coniferous trees, prefers spruce (Picea)
Distribution: Europe

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RecommendedCerambyx cerdo cerdo Linnaeus, 1758

Cerambyx cerdo cerdo Linnaeus, 1758

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Cerambycini Latreille, 1802
genus Cerambyx Linnaeus, 1758
cerdo cerdo Linnaeus, 1758

Cerambyx cerdo cerdo Linnaeus, 1758

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ FR GBi GE GR HU IR IT LA LU MA MC MD NL PL RO NORTH AFRICA - MO ASIA - TR SK SL ST SV SZ TR UK YU

 

Body length: 24 - 55 mm
Life cycle: at least 3 years
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees, in Central Europe only in oak (Quercus)
Distribution: Europe except North, Turkey

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RecommendedCerambyx scopolii scopolii Fuessly, 1775

Cerambyx scopolii scopolii Fuessly, 1775

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Cerambycini Latreille, 1802
genus Cerambyx Linnaeus, 1758
scopolii scopolii Fuessly, 1775

Cerambyx scopolii scopolii Fuessly, 1775

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

 

Body length: 17 - 28 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Quercus, Fagus, Prunus, Juglans, Carpinus, Castanea, Salix etc.)
Distribution: Europe, Caucasus, Transcaucasia, North Africa, Near East

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RecommendedChlorophorus herbstii Brahm, 1790

Chlorophorus herbstii Brahm, 1790

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Chlorophorus Chevrolat, 1863b
herbstii Brahm, 1790

Chlorophorus herbstii Brahm, 1790

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BH BU BY CR CT CZ EN FI FR GE HU KZ LA LS LT MD NR NT PL RO SK SP ST ASIA - ES KZ TR WS SV SZ TR UK YU

 

Body length: 8 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Tilia, Fagus, Carpinus, Quercus)
Distribution: Europe

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RecommendedChlorophorus varius varius O. F. Müller, 1766

Chlorophorus varius varius O. F. Müller, 1766

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Clytini Mulsant, 1839
genus Chlorophorus Chevrolat, 1863b
varius varius O. F. Müller, 1766

Chlorophorus varius varius O. F. Müller, 1766

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BH BU BY CR CT CZ FR GBi GE GR HU IT LS LT MA MC MD NL ASIA - AB AR GG KZ TR WS PL RO SK SL SP ST SZ TR UK YU

 

ody length: 8 - 14 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - September
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees and herbaceous plants
Distribution: Europe except North, Caucasus, Transcaucasia, Turkey, North Iran, Near East

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RecommendedPhoracantha semipunctata Fabricius, 1775

Phoracantha semipunctata Fabricius, 1775

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Phoracanthini Newman, 1840
genus Phoracantha Newman, 1840a
semipunctata Fabricius, 1775

Phoracantha semipunctata Fabricius, 1775

Distribution:
EUROPE - FR GR IT MA PT SP ASIA - CY GG IS JO LE SY TR NORTH AFRICA - AG CI EG LB MO MR TU AFR AUR NAR NTR

 

Body length: 14 - 30 mm
Life cycle: 1 year
Adults in: April - October
Host plant: Eucalyptus sp.
Distribution: introduced from Australia, whole Mediterranean area


This beetle was collected on dying Eucalyptus tree near town Lecce (Puglia prov., South Italy).

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RecommendedStictoleptura pallens Brullé, 1832

Stictoleptura pallens Brullé, 1832

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
pallens Brullé, 1832

Stictoleptura pallens Brullé, 1832

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL BU BH CR GR MC RO TR YU ASIA - TR

 

Body length: 7 - 14 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: probably polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: Greece, Albania, Bulgaria, SE of former Yugoslavia


The living beetles were collected on flowers in Pantokratoras Mt. (North of Corfu Island, Greece). The mounted female beetle was collected on flowers in Neo Ithilo (Lakoonia nomos, SW of Peloponnese peninsula, Greece).

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RecommendedStictoleptura rufa rufa Brullé, 1832

Stictoleptura rufa rufa Brullé, 1832

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
rufa rufa Brullé, 1832

Stictoleptura rufa rufa Brullé, 1832

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL BH BU CR GR IT MC RO YU ASIA - TR

 

Body length: 11 - 16 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years [?]
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: Italy, South-East Europe, Turkey


The depicted beetle was collected on flower near Sidirokastro (Lakoonia nomos, SW Peloponnese peninsula, Greece).

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RecommendedStictoleptura tangeriana Tournier, 1875

Stictoleptura tangeriana Tournier, 1875

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
tangeriana Tournier, 1875

Stictoleptura tangeriana Tournier, 1875

Distribution:
NORTH AFRICA - MO

 

Body length: 12 - 21 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years [?]
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: Morocco


The depicted beetles were collected on flowers in Khenifra (Middle Atlas Mts., Morocco).

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RecommendedStictoleptura tripartita Heyden, 1889b

Stictoleptura tripartita Heyden, 1889b

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
tripartita Heyden, 1889b

Stictoleptura tripartita Heyden, 1889b

Distribution:
ASIA - IN IQ TR

Body length: 13 - 22 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years [?]
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: Syria, Turkey, Iran


The depicted beetle was collected on flowers (Apiaceae) in Eski-Kahta / Arsameia environs (Adiyaman prov., Anatolia, SE Turkey).

hta / Arsameia environs (Adiyaman prov., Anatolia, SE Turkey).

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RecommendedXestoleptura nigroflava Fuss, 1852

Xestoleptura nigroflava Fuss, 1852

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Xestoleptura Casey, 1913
nigroflava Fuss, 1852

Xestoleptura nigroflava Fuss, 1852

Distribution:
EUROPE - RO

 

The depicted beetle is probably the most mysterious European longhorn beetle. The first specimen of this interesting species was collected in Rumania (Cibinului Mts.) and described as Grammoptera nigroflava 150 years ago (by Füss in 1852). Since then no other finds of the species were reported and therefore it was practically forgotten and ignored in the twentieth century. The species has only been mentioned in "Fauna Republicii Populare Romine", Vol. X, Fasc. 5, (Panin et Savulescu), which appeared in 1961. In this work the species was cited as Leptura (Anoplodera) nigroflava (Füss, 1852).

The second specimen has recently been found in a locality situated close to the type one (Lotrului Mts.) by a Czech entomologist. The proper classification in the tribe Lepturini (genera, subgenera res.) of the species is under study (Dr. S. Kadlec, in litteris).

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RecommendedFallacia elegans Faldermann, 1837

Fallacia elegans Faldermann, 1837

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Rhagiini Kirby, 1837
genus Fallacia Mulsant & Rey, 1863
elegans Faldermann, 1837

Fallacia elegans Faldermann, 1837

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

 

Body length: 7 - 11 mm
Life cycle: 2 years [?]
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: deciduous trees (Fagus, Alnus)
Distribution: The Caucasus Mts., Armenia, Azerbaidjan, Turkey, North Iran
The depicted beetle was collected in NE Turkey.

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RecommendedRhamnusium bicolor testaceipenne Pic, 1897p

Rhamnusium bicolor testaceipenne Pic, 1897p

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Rhamnusiini Danilevsky in Althoff & Danilevsky, 1997
genus Rhamnusium Latreille, 1829
bicolor testaceipenne Pic, 1897p

Rhamnusium bicolor testaceipenne Pic, 1897p

Distribution:
EUROPE - ST ASIA - AR GG TR

 

Body length: 15 - 21 mm
Life cycle: 3 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: polyphagous in deciuous trees
Distribution: Crimea, Caucasus, Near East, Turkey, North Iran


The depicted beetles were collected in a hollow of a living Quercus near Rast (North Iran, Gilan province).

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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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RecommendedXylosteus bartoni Obenberger & Mařan, 1933

Xylosteus bartoni Obenberger & Mařan, 1933

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Xylosteini Reitter, 1913
genus Xylosteus Frivaldszky von Frivald, 1837
bartoni Obenberger & Mařan, 1933

Xylosteus bartoni Obenberger & Mařan, 1933

Distribution:
EUROPE - BU GR MC

 

Body length: 14 - 18 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: June - July
Host plant: pine (Pinus) and spruce (Picea)
Distribution: endemic to South Bulgaria

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RecommendedStictoleptura rufa dimidiata K. Daniel & J. Daniel, 1891

Stictoleptura rufa dimidiata K. Daniel & J. Daniel, 1891

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
rufa dimidiata K. Daniel & J. Daniel, 1891

Stictoleptura rufa dimidiata K. Daniel & J. Daniel, 1891

Distribution:
ASIA - IQ TR

 

Body length: 11 - 16 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years [?]
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: Caucasus, Iran


The depicted beetle was collected in Dorud 52km SE Borugerd (Zagros Mts., prov. Lorestan, NW Iran).

 

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RecommendedStictoleptura palmi Demelt, 1972a

Stictoleptura palmi Demelt, 1972a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
palmi Demelt, 1972a

Stictoleptura palmi Demelt, 1972a

Distribution:
NORTH AFRICA - CI

 

Body length: 13 - 18 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous and coniferous trees (Laurus, Pinus, Erica, Eucalyptus)
Distribution: endemic to Canary Islands


The depicted beetles were reared from larvae collected in Puerto de Erjos (North of Santiago del Teide, West Tenerife, Canary Islands).

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RecommendedStictoleptura scutellata scutellata Fabricius, 1781

Stictoleptura scutellata scutellata Fabricius, 1781

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
scutellata scutellata Fabricius, 1781

Stictoleptura scutellata scutellata Fabricius, 1781

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

 

Body length: 12 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: June - September
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Fagus, Carpinus, Alnus, Populus etc.)
Distribution: Europe except North, North Africa, Turkey, Caucasus, Transcaucasia, North Iran


The mounted beetles were reared from larvae found in a dead rotten standing trunk of white poplar (Populus alba). The larvae were collected in Břeclav - Pohansko (South Moravia, Czech Republic).

 

The female ovipositing into a beech trunk (Fagus sylvatica) was photographed near Zbečno village (Central Bohemia, Czech Republic) and the other females were observed in Vihorlat Mts. (Slovak Republic).

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RecommendedStictoleptura deyrollei Pic, 1895b

Stictoleptura deyrollei Pic, 1895b

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
deyrollei Pic, 1895b

Stictoleptura deyrollei Pic, 1895b

Distribution:
ASIA - GG TR

 

Body length: 12 - 16 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years [?]
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: South Georgia, Turkey, North Ira
The depicted beetles were collected on flowers (Apiaceae) in Sumela (Trabzon env., North Turkey).

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RecommendedStictoleptura fulva DeGeer, 1775

Stictoleptura fulva DeGeer, 1775

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
fulva DeGeer, 1775

Stictoleptura fulva DeGeer, 1775

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BU BY CR CZ FR GB GE GR HU IR IT LS LU MC NL PT RO SK SL SP ASIA - TR ST SZ TR UK YU

 

Body length: 9 - 14 mm
Life cycle: 2 years [?]
Adults in: June - July
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: Europe except North, Turkey

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RecommendedStictoleptura sambucicola Holzschuh, 1982a

Stictoleptura sambucicola Holzschuh, 1982a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
sambucicola Holzschuh, 1982a

Stictoleptura sambucicola Holzschuh, 1982a

Distribution:
ASIA - SY TR

 

Body length: 10 - 14 mm
Life cycle: 2 years [?]
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: South Turkey, Syria


The depicted beetles were collected on flowers (Apiaceae) in Al Lathigiyeh (Syria).

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RecommendedStictoleptura tonsa K. Daniel & J. Daniel, 1891

Stictoleptura tonsa K. Daniel & J. Daniel, 1891

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
tonsa K. Daniel & J. Daniel, 1891

Stictoleptura tonsa K. Daniel & J. Daniel, 1891

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

 

Body length: 7 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 2 years [?]
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: Caucasus, Near East, Turkey, North Iran
The depicted beetle was collected in North Iran.

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RecommendedStictoleptura cordigera cordigera Fuessly, 1775

Stictoleptura cordigera cordigera Fuessly, 1775

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
cordigera cordigera Fuessly, 1775

Stictoleptura cordigera cordigera Fuessly, 1775

Distribution:
EUROPE - BE BU DE FR GE GR (north-east) IT NL RO SP SZ RO ST TR UK NORTH AFRICA - LB ASIA - AB AR CY GG IN IQ IS LE SY TR

 

Body length: 14 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years [?]
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Quercus, Pistacia, Castanea
Distribution: South Europe, Turkey, Caucasus, Transcaucasia, North Iran, Near East


The mounted beetles were collected on a flowering yarrow (Achillea sp.) near village Karadut (Nemrut Dagi National Park, Adiyaman prov., Anatolia, SE Turkey). The living beetle was collected in Pula (South Istra peninsula, Croatia).

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RecommendedStictoleptura erythroptera Hagenbach, 1822

Stictoleptura erythroptera Hagenbach, 1822

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
erythroptera Hagenbach, 1822

Stictoleptura erythroptera Hagenbach, 1822

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BH BU CR CZ FR GE GR HU IT RO SK SP ST SZ YU ASIA - AB AR GG IN

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RecommendedStictoleptura fontenayi Mulsant, 1839

Stictoleptura fontenayi Mulsant, 1839

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
fontenayi Mulsant, 1839

Stictoleptura fontenayi Mulsant, 1839

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

 

Body length: 10 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years [?]
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous and coniferous trees
Distribution: France, Spain, Portugal, North-West Africa
Collected by R.Minetti in La Ciotat (France).

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RecommendedStictoleptura heydeni Ganglbauer, 1889c

Stictoleptura heydeni Ganglbauer, 1889c

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
heydeni Ganglbauer, 1889c

Stictoleptura heydeni Ganglbauer, 1889c

Distribution:
ASIA - IS LE SY TR

 

Body length: 10 - 18 mm
Life cycle: 2 years [?]
Adults in: June - July
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: Turkey, Near East, Talysh (Azerbaidjan), North Iran


The depicted beetles were collected on a blossoming Christ's thorn (Paliurus spina-christi, Rhamnaceae) near Avgadi village (40 km N of Erdemli, SW Turkey).

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RecommendedXylosteus spinolae Frivaldszky von Frivald, 1837

Xylosteus spinolae Frivaldszky von Frivald, 1837

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Xylosteini Reitter, 1913
genus Xylosteus Frivaldszky von Frivald, 1837
spinolae Frivaldszky von Frivald, 1837

Xylosteus spinolae Frivaldszky von Frivald, 1837

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BH BU CR IT MC RO SL TR YU

 

Body length: 12 - 16 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: April - June
Host plant: polyphagous in coniferous and deciduous trees

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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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RecommendedTetropium castaneum Linnaeus, 1758

Tetropium castaneum Linnaeus, 1758

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Spondylidinae Audinet-Serville, 1832
tribe Tetropiini Seidlitz, 1891
genus Tetropium Kirby, 1837
castaneum Linnaeus, 1758

Tetropium castaneum 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 ASIA - AB AR ES FE FUJ GAN GG HEB HEI JA JIL KZ MG NIN NMO LU MD NL NR NT PL RO SK SL SP ST SV SZ UK YU QIN SC SHA SHX TR WS XIN YUN ZHE

 

Body length: 10 - 18 mm
Life cycle: 1 - 2 years
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: coniferous trees (Picea, Pinus, Abies)
Distribution: Europe, Crimea, Russia


The depicted beetles were collected and photographed on a felled Norway spruce (Picea abies) in Zbraslav (Prague, Central Bohemia, Czech Republic).

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RecommendedTetropium fuscum Fabricius, 1787

Tetropium fuscum Fabricius, 1787

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Spondylidinae Audinet-Serville, 1832
tribe Tetropiini Seidlitz, 1891
genus Tetropium Kirby, 1837
fuscum Fabricius, 1787

Tetropium fuscum Fabricius, 1787

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ DE EN FI FR GB GE HU IT LA LS LT MD NL NR NT ASIA - GG KZ TR WS XIN NAR #37 PL RO SK SL ST SV SZ UK YU

 

etropium fuscum is a relatively rare European Tetropium species developing in coniferous trees (Picea, Pinus). Larvae feed in dead wood of the hosts. In Central Europe the species prefers Picea. It is crepuscular and nocturnal but can easily be found on freshly felled trunks when inspected the ground facing parts of the trunks.

 

Body length: 8 - 17 mm
Life cycle: 1 year
Adults in: June - July
Host plant: coniferous trees (Picea, Pinus)
Distribution: Europe, Russia

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