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Paracorymbia fulva De Géer, 1775

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Paracorymbia fulva De Géer, 1775
Syn.: Stictoleptura fulva De Geer 1775, Leptura fulva De Geer 1775, Brachyleptura fulva De Geer 1775
Common names: Tawny Longhorn Beetle [En], Lepture fauve [Fr], Schwarzspitziger Halsbock [De]

Güzelçamli, AYDIN ● Turkey

Description: Length of 9 to 14mm (Females are bigger). Elytrae are brown-yellow and black on the tip. Antennae, pronotum and legs are black and venter has yellowish stripes.

Biology: Adults feed from May to August on various flowers, including umbelliferae, Rubus.

Distribution: Europe, from Southern England to Turkey.

References:
Wikipedia, Paracorymbia fulva




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