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RecommendedTetropium gabrieli Weise, 1905e

Tetropium gabrieli Weise, 1905e

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Spondylidinae Audinet-Serville, 1832
tribe Tetropiini Seidlitz, 1891
genus Tetropium Kirby, 1837
gabrieli Weise, 1905e

Tetropium gabrieli Weise, 1905e

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU BE BY ?CT(Kaliningrad Reg.) CZ DE FR GB GE HU IT IR LS LU NL PL SL SV SK SZ UK NARi

Tetropium gabrieli is a species distributed in Central Europe and some adjacent areas like France, Germany, Great Britain, and Denmark. It is very common throughout Central Europe in planted larch woods. It develops in larch (Larix decidua). Larvae feed under or in the bark of diseased or dying trees, in standing or fallen trunks and in thick branches. Tetropium gabrieli is a crepuscular nocturnal species.

 

Body length: 8 - 18 mm
Life cycle: 1 year
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: larch (Larix decidua)
Distribution: Central Europe and adjacent countries, Great Britain

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RecommendedApatophysis caspica Semenov, 1901

Apatophysis caspica Semenov, 1901

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Apatophyseinae Lacordaire, 1869
tribe Apatophyseini Lacordaire, 1869
genus Apatophysis Chevrolat, 1860a
caspica Semenov, 1901

Apatophysis caspica Semenov, 1901

Distribution:
EUROPE - ST ASIA - AB AF GG IN KZ TM UZ

 

Body length: 12 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years [?]
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: unknown
Distribution: Azerbaidjan, Iran, Central Asia

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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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RecommendedAnaglyptus arabicus Küster, 1847c

Anaglyptus arabicus Küster, 1847c

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Anaglyptini Lacordaire, 1868
genus Anaglyptus Mulsant, 1839
arabicus Küster, 1847c

Anaglyptus arabicus Küster, 1847c

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

 

Body length: 8 - 13 mm
Life cycle: 2 years [?]
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: deciduous trees, predominantly in oaks (Quercus sp.)
Distribution: Caucasus, Armenia, Azerbaidjan, Turkey, North Iran
Collected by A.Chvilja in Sotchi environs (Caucaus Mts., Georgia).

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RecommendedAnaglyptus ganglbaueri Reitter, 1886

Anaglyptus ganglbaueri Reitter, 1886

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Anaglyptini Lacordaire, 1868
genus Anaglyptus Mulsant, 1839
ganglbaueri Reitter, 1886

Anaglyptus ganglbaueri Reitter, 1886

Distribution:
ASIA - AB IN

 

ody length: 9 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: deciduous trees
Distribution: Caucasus, Azerbaidjan, Turkey, Iran


With the exception of about three species there is hardly any information regarding the biology of Anaglyptus. The larval substrate preferences of Anaglyptus ganglbaueri are very similar to Paraclytus raddei (Ganglbauer, 1881) and larvae of both species can frequently be found together. The larval substrate is usually found inside living hollow deciduous trees. It comprises 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. Adults hatch in late autumn and overwinter in the pupal cells. The beetles emerge very early in the following spring. Anaglyptus ganglbaueri visits flowers and blossoming shrubs. The depicted beetle was collected in Rudbar (North Iran).

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RecommendedAnaglyptus gibbosus Fabricius, 1787

Anaglyptus gibbosus Fabricius, 1787

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Anaglyptini Lacordaire, 1868
genus Anaglyptus Mulsant, 1839
gibbosus Fabricius, 1787

Anaglyptus gibbosus Fabricius, 1787

Distribution:
EUROPE - BH CR FR GR HU IT SL SP SZ YU NORTH AFRICA - AG TU

 

Body length: 9 - 14 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: April - June
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Quercus, Acer, Ficus, Paliurus, Crataegus, Ilex, Prunus etc.)
Distribution: SW Europe, North Africa
The depicted beetle was beaten from blossoming Paliurus in Umag (NW of Istra peninsula, Croatia).

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RecommendedSaphanus piceus ganglbaueri Brancsik, 1886

Saphanus piceus ganglbaueri Brancsik, 1886

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Spondylidinae Audinet-Serville, 1832
tribe Saphanini Gistel, 1848
genus Saphanus Audinet-Serville, 1834b
piceus ganglbaueri Brancsik, 1886

Saphanus piceus ganglbaueri Brancsik, 1886

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL BH BU MC TR YU

 

Body length: 13 - 19 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous and coniferous trees


Distribution: Balcan peninsula
The depicted beetle was collected under a fallen hazel (Corylus avellana) trunk in Bukovac (Stara Planina Mts., Bulgaria).

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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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RecommendedAnisarthron barbipes Schrank, 1781a

Anisarthron barbipes Schrank, 1781a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Spondylidinae Audinet-Serville, 1832
tribe Anisarthrini Mamaev & Danilevsky, 1973
genus Anisarthron Dejean, 1835
barbipes Schrank, 1781a

Anisarthron barbipes Schrank, 1781a

 

Body length: 6 - 11 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: June - July
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees


The mounted beetles were found sitting on a dead wood of a wounded living beech (Fagus sylvestris) near Zbečno (Central Bohemia, Czech Republic). The living female was collected on maple (Acer pseudoplatanus) in Nymburk (Central Bohemia, Czech Republic).

Collected by M.Hoskovec


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

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RecommendedAlocerus moesiacus Frivaldszky von Frivald, 1837

Alocerus moesiacus Frivaldszky von Frivald, 1837

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Spondylidinae Audinet-Serville, 1832
tribe Anisarthrini Mamaev & Danilevsky, 1973
genus Alocerus Mulsant, 1862
moesiacus Frivaldszky von Frivald, 1837

Alocerus moesiacus Frivaldszky von Frivald, 1837

 

Body length: 9 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 2 and more years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: larvae feed in various deciduous trees (Populus, Ficus, Ulmus, Platanus, Quercus etc.)

 

Distribution:
EUROPE - BH BU CR GR ITi MC PT SP TR N AG MO TU ASIA - CY IN IQ IS JO LE SY TR

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RecommendedArhopalus ferus Mulsant, 1839

Arhopalus ferus Mulsant, 1839

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Spondylidinae Audinet-Serville, 1832
tribe Asemini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Arhopalus Audinet-Serville, 1834b
ferus Mulsant, 1839

Arhopalus ferus Mulsant, 1839

 

Body length: 10 - 27 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 4 years
Adults in: June - September
Host plant: pine (Pinus), rarely spruce (Picea)
Distribution: Europe, North Africa, Asia Minor, Near East
The depicted beetle was collected in Zaostrog (Dalmatia, Croatia).

Collected by M.Rejzek.


Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ DE EN FR GB GE GR HU IR IT LA LT LU MA MC NORTH AFRICA - AG MO MR TU ASIA - AB AR ES CY FE GG IS JO KZ NO NE SY TR WS MD NL NT PL PT RO SK SL SP ST SV SZ UK

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RecommendedArhopalus rusticus rusticus Linnaeus, 1758

Arhopalus rusticus rusticus Linnaeus, 1758

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Spondylidinae Audinet-Serville, 1832
tribe Asemini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Arhopalus Audinet-Serville, 1834b
rusticus rusticus Linnaeus, 1758

Arhopalus rusticus rusticus Linnaeus, 1758

 

Arhopalus rusticus is a common species in pine forests of Europe and North Africa. It also develops in other coniferous tress (Picea, Abies, Larix) but Pinus is preferred. The larvae feed subcortically, later in hardwood of dead hosts. Adults are active during night and can be found on the hosts or sometimes they are attracted to the lights.

 

Body length: 10 - 30 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: June - October
Host plant: pines (Pinus), rarely in other coniferous trees
Distribution: coniferous forests of West Palaearctics


Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ DE EN FI FR GB GE GR HU IR IT LA LS ASIA - AB AR ES FE FUJ GAN GG GUI HAI HEB HEI HUB IN LT LU MC MD NL NR NT PL RO SK SL SP ST SV SZ TR UK NORTH AFRICA - MO AUSi NTRi JA JIL JIX KZ LIA MG NMO NC SC SCH SHA SHN TR WS YUN ZHE

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RecommendedAsemum striatum Linnaeus, 1758

Asemum striatum Linnaeus, 1758

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Spondylidinae Audinet-Serville, 1832
tribe Asemini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Asemum Eschscholtz, 1830
striatum Linnaeus, 1758

Asemum striatum 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 JA JIL KI KZ MG NC NMO SC WS TR XIN ZHE MD NL NR NT PL RO SK SL SP ST SV SZ UK NAR NTR

 

Asemum striatum is a common European species developing in coniferous trees (Picea, Abies, Larix, but primarily in Pinus). Larvae feed subcortically, later in the hardwood of dead hosts. It is a crepuscular nocturnal species.

 

Body length: 8 - 23 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: polyphagous in coniferous trees
Distribution: cold and temperate West Palaearctics

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RecommendedAsemum tenuicorne tenuicorne Kraatz, 1879d

Asemum tenuicorne tenuicorne Kraatz, 1879d

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Spondylidinae Audinet-Serville, 1832
tribe Asemini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Asemum Eschscholtz, 1830
tenuicorne tenuicorne Kraatz, 1879d

Asemum tenuicorne tenuicorne Kraatz, 1879d

Distribution:
EUROPE - GR IT SP ST SV (Gotska Sandön) UK ASIA - ?GG ?TR

 

Body length: 12 - 18 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: pines (Pinus)


Distribution: a very rare species with scattered distribution (Italy, Greece, Sweden, Turkey, Syria)
The depicted beetle was collected on bark of a dying pine (Pinus) in Taygetos Mts. (1400 m, 30 km W Sparti, Lakoonia nomos, SW Peloponnese peninsula, Greece).

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RecommendedCephalocrius syriacus Reitter, 1895a

Cephalocrius syriacus Reitter, 1895a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Spondylidinae Audinet-Serville, 1832
tribe Asemini J. Thomson, 1861
genus Cephalocrius Sharp, 1905a
syriacus Reitter, 1895a

Cephalocrius syriacus Reitter, 1895a

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AZ CR FR GR IT PT SP N AG CI MO MR TU ASIA - CY IS JO LE SY TR AUSi NTRi

 

Arhopalus syriacus is apparently distributed in the whole of the Mediterranean region. It develops in pines (Pinus pinaster, Pinus salzmanni, Pinus laricio, Pinus halepensis). Larvae feed first under the bark, later in the wood of dead, fallen or standing trunks of greater diameter, in stumps and often in shallow roots. Adults of this nocturnal species can be found on the host plants at night or in bark crevices and under loose bark at day.

 

Body length: 12 - 23 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: pines (Pinus)
Distribution: Mediterranean region, Canary Islands


The depicted beetle was found in the pupal cell built in the wood of a dead pine (Pinus halepensis). The beetle was collected in Paleokastritsa village, Corfu Island (Greece).

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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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RecommendedDrymochares starcki Ganglbauer, 1888f

Drymochares starcki Ganglbauer, 1888f

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Spondylidinae Audinet-Serville, 1832
tribe Saphanini Gistel, 1848
genus Drymochares Mulsant, 1847d
starcki Ganglbauer, 1888f

Drymochares starcki Ganglbauer, 1888f

Distribution:
EUROPE - ST ASIA - GG

 

Body length: 10 - 16 mm
Life cycle: 2 and more years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: West Caucasus, North Turkey

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RecommendedAnaglyptus luteofasciatus Pic, 1905j

Anaglyptus luteofasciatus Pic, 1905j

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Anaglyptini Lacordaire, 1868
genus Anaglyptus Mulsant, 1839
luteofasciatus Pic, 1905j

Anaglyptus luteofasciatus Pic, 1905j

Distribution:
EUROPE - GR

 

Body length: 10 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 2 years [?]
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: unknown, probably in deciduous trees
Distribution: a species endemic to South Greece (Peloponnese)


The depicted beetles were beaten from a blossoming hawthorn (Crataegus) in Vitina (Menalo Mts., Peloponnese peninsula, Greece).

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RecommendedVesperus gomezi Verdugo, 2004

Vesperus gomezi Verdugo, 2004

family VESPERIDAE Mulsant, 1839
subfamily Vesperinae Mulsant, 1839
tribe Vesperini Mulsant, 1839
genus Vesperus Dejean, 1821
gomezi Verdugo, 2004

Vesperus gomezi Verdugo, 2004

Distribution:
EUROPE - SP

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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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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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RecommendedAlosterna anatolica Adlbauer, 1992

Alosterna anatolica Adlbauer, 1992

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Alosterna Mulsant, 1863
anatolica Adlbauer, 1992

Alosterna anatolica Adlbauer, 1992

Distribution:
ASIA - TR

 

Body length: 6 - 10 mm
Life cycle: 2 years [?]
Adults in: May - June
Host plant: larval development unknown, but probably similar to Alosterna tabacicolor (DeGeer, 1775)
Distribution: endemic to South-West Turkey
This very rare species occurs early in the spring and visits flowering oak. The depicted beetles were collected in Avlanbeli Gecidi pass, 25 km S Elmali (SW Turkey).

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RecommendedAnastrangalia dubia dubia Scopoli, 1763

Anastrangalia dubia dubia Scopoli, 1763

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Anastrangalia Casey, 1924
dubia dubia Scopoli, 1763

Anastrangalia dubia dubia Scopoli, 1763

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AN AU BH BU ?BY CR CZ FR GE GR HU IT LS ?LT MC PL RO SK SL SP SZ NORTH AFRICA - AG UK YU

 

Body length: 8 - 16 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: coniferous trees (Picea, Pinus, Abies)
Distribution: Europe, the Caucasus, North Iran, Turkey, Algeria
The depicted beetles were collected in Spišská Nová Ves (NE Slovakia) and Broumy (Central Bohemia, Czech Republic).

Collected by M.Hoskovec

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RecommendedAnastrangalia montana montana Mulsant & Rey, 1863

Anastrangalia montana montana Mulsant & Rey, 1863

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Anastrangalia Casey, 1924
montana montana Mulsant & Rey, 1863

Anastrangalia montana montana Mulsant & Rey, 1863

Distribution:
EUROPE - GR (Samos) ASIA - CY SY TR

 

Body length: 9 - 12 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: pine (Pinus)
Distribution: Crete, Turkey, Syria
The depicted beetles were collected on flowers (Apiaceae) near Isparta (Dipoyras Mts., Turkey).

Collected by T.Kopecký.

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RecommendedAnastrangalia reyi Heyden, 1889a

Anastrangalia reyi Heyden, 1889a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Anastrangalia Casey, 1924
reyi Heyden, 1889a

Anastrangalia reyi Heyden, 1889a

 

Body length: 9 - 16 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: conifers (Picea, Pinus
Distribution: Europe except South
These beetles were collected on flowers (Apiaceae) near Podbánské (West Tatra Mts., North Slovakia).

Collected by M.Hoskovec.

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RecommendedAnastrangalia sanguinolenta Linnaeus, 1760

Anastrangalia sanguinolenta Linnaeus, 1760

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Anastrangalia Casey, 1924
sanguinolenta Linnaeus, 1760

Anastrangalia sanguinolenta Linnaeus, 1760

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

 

Body length: 8 - 13 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: conifers (Picea, Pinus)
Distribution: Europe, Turkey, Caucasus, Transcaucasia
A common species in Europe inhabiting mountainous to sub-mountainous coniferous forests. The beetles on flowers were photographed in Spišská Nová Ves (NE Slovakia) and the female ovipositing into a pine (Pinus nigra) in Jena (Thüringen, Germany).

Collected by M.Hoskovec.

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RecommendedAnoplodera sexguttata Fabricius, 1775

Anoplodera sexguttata Fabricius, 1775

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Anoplodera Mulsant, 1839
sexguttata Fabricius, 1775

Anoplodera sexguttata Fabricius, 1775

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

 

Body length: 7 - 12 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - July
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees (Quercus, Carpinus, Fagus, Alnus etc.)
Distribution: Europe, North Africa, Caucasus
The depicted living beetles were collected on flowers (Apiaceae) in Jena (Thuringia, Germany) and Prague - Zbraslav (Central Bohemia, Czech Republic). The mounted beetles were beaten from a blossoming hawthorn (Crataegus) near Skryje (Central Bohemia, Czech Republic).

 

Collected by M.Hoskovec

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RecommendedCarlandrea syriaca Pic, 1891a

Carlandrea syriaca Pic, 1891a

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Carlandrea Sama & Rapuzzi, 1999
syriaca Pic, 1891a

Carlandrea syriaca Pic, 1891a

Distribution:
ASIA - TR

 

Body length: 12 - 18 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years [?]
Adults in: June - July
Host plant: larval development unknown
Distribution: Turkey, Syria
This beetle was collected on blossoming Christ's thorn (Paliurus spina-christi, Rhamnaceae) in Erdemli W Mersin (SW Turkey).

Collected by M.Hoskovec.

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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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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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RecommendedVesperus jertensis Bercedo & Bahillo de la Puebla, 1999

Vesperus jertensis Bercedo & Bahillo de la Puebla, 1999

family VESPERIDAE Mulsant, 1839
subfamily Vesperinae Mulsant, 1839
tribe Vesperini Mulsant, 1839
genus Vesperus Dejean, 1821
jertensis Bercedo & Bahillo de la Puebla, 1999

Vesperus jertensis Bercedo & Bahillo de la Puebla, 1999

Distribution:
EUROPE - SP

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RecommendedVesperus strepens Fabricius, 1793

Vesperus strepens Fabricius, 1793

family VESPERIDAE Mulsant, 1839
subfamily Vesperinae Mulsant, 1839
tribe Vesperini Mulsant, 1839
genus Vesperus Dejean, 1821
strepens Fabricius, 1793

Vesperus strepens Fabricius, 1793

Distribution:
EUROPE - FR IT

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RecommendedVesperus xatarti Dufour, 1839

Vesperus xatarti Dufour, 1839

family VESPERIDAE Mulsant, 1839
subfamily Vesperinae Mulsant, 1839
tribe Vesperini Mulsant, 1839
genus Vesperus Dejean, 1821
xatarti Dufour, 1839

Vesperus xatarti Dufour, 1839

Distribution:
EUROPE - FR SP

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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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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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RecommendedEurypoda batesi Gahan, 1894b

Eurypoda batesi Gahan, 1894b

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Prioninae Latreille, 1802
tribe Eurypodini Gahan, 1906
genus Eurypoda Saunders, 1853
batesi Gahan, 1894b

Eurypoda batesi Gahan, 1894b

Distribution:
ASIA - FUJ GUA GUI GUX HAI HUB HUN JA JIX SC SCH QIN YUN ZHE 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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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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RecommendedCornumutila lineata Letzner, 1844

Cornumutila lineata Letzner, 1844

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Cornumutila Letzner, 1844
lineata Letzner, 1844

Cornumutila lineata Letzner, 1844

Distribution:
EUROPE - AU CZ FR IT NT PL RO SK SZ UK ASIA - ES WS

 

Body length: 8 - 13 mm
Life cycle: 3 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: conifers (Picea, Larix, Pinus, Abies)
Distribution: from the Alps to East Siberia, but very rare and very local

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RecommendedEtorofus pubescens Fabricius, 1787

Etorofus pubescens Fabricius, 1787

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Etorofus Matsushita, 1933a
pubescens Fabricius, 1787

Etorofus pubescens Fabricius, 1787

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

 

Body length: 12 - 16 mm
Life cycle: 3 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: pine (Pinus)
Distribution: Europe except North, Turkey
The depicted beetles were photographed and collected on flowers (Apiaceae) in Spišská Nová Ves (NE Slovakia).

Collected by M.Hoskovec.

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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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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 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 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 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 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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RecommendedStenurella septempunctata septempunctata Fabricius, 1793

Stenurella septempunctata septempunctata Fabricius, 1793

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stenurella Villiers, 1974b
septempunctata septempunctata Fabricius, 1793

Stenurella septempunctata septempunctata Fabricius, 1793

Distribution:
EUROPE - AL AU BH BU CR CZ GE GR HU IT MC MD PL RO SK SL ST

 

Body length: 7 - 12 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: Central and SE Europe, the Caucasus, Turkey, Iran


The depicted beetles were collected on flowers in Pantokratoras Mt. (North of Corfu Island, Greece).

 

 

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RecommendedStictoleptura rubra rubra Linnaeus, 1758

Stictoleptura rubra rubra Linnaeus, 1758

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
rubra rubra Linnaeus, 1758

Stictoleptura rubra rubra 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 - ES KZ WS LU MD NL NR NT PL PT RO SK SL SP ST SV SZ UK YU

 

Body length: 10 - 20 mm
Life cycle: 2 - 3 years
Adults in: May - September (especially July - August)
Host plant: larval development in dead wood of coniferous trees (Picea, Pinus, Abies, Larix)
Distribution: Europe, Russia, North Africa


The mounted beetles were collected in Spišská Nová Nová Ves (NE Slovakia) on flowers (male) or on a fresh Norway spruce (Picea abies) logs (ovipositing female laying eggs). The living beetles were photographed on flowers in Liberec (North Bohemia, Czech Republic).

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RecommendedStictoleptura tesserula Charpentier, 1825

Stictoleptura tesserula Charpentier, 1825

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
tesserula Charpentier, 1825

Stictoleptura tesserula Charpentier, 1825

Distribution:
EUROPE - BU GR HU PL RO SK ST UK YU ASIA - AB AR GG TR

 

Body length: 12 - 17 mm
Life cycle: 2 years [?]
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: polyphagous in deciduous trees
Distribution: Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Balcan countries, Turkey, Caucasus


The depicted beetles were collected on flowering goat's beard (Aruncus vulgaris) in Nová Sedlica (NE Slovakia).

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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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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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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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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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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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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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RecommendedStictoleptura stragulata Germar, 1824

Stictoleptura stragulata Germar, 1824

family CERAMBYCIDAE Latreille, 1802
subfamily Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
tribe Lepturini Latreille, 1802
genus Stictoleptura Casey, 1924
stragulata Germar, 1824

Stictoleptura stragulata Germar, 1824

Distribution:
EUROPE - FR PT SP

 

Body length: 7 - 15 mm
Life cycle: 2 years
Adults in: June - August
Host plant: known from cluster pine (Pinus pinaster), probably also in other conifers
Distribution: Iberian Peninsula up to Pyrenees, SW France


The depicted beetle was collected on flowers (Apiaceae) in Matamale environs (SW France).

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