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Anisoplia agricola Poda, 1761

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Anisoplia agricola Poda, 1761
Subfamily: Rutelinae

Zoodocho Pigi, VERIA ● Greece

Description: The body measures 10–13 mm and is greenish black; the elytra are yellow with a variable (usually cross-shaped) black pattern.

Biology: It damages cereals by eating away the young grains.

Habitat: steppe and forest-steppe zones.

Distribution: Europe (westward to Austria) and Asia (Western Siberia and Kazakhstan).

References:
The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979).





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