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Tenthredo (Tenthredo) notha Klug 1817

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Tenthredo (Tenthredo) notha Klug 1817
Syn. : Allantus perkinsi Morice, 1919; Tenthredo schaefferi forma perkinsi Benson, 1959.
Common names: Tenthrède du lotier [Fr], Gekrümmte Blattwespe [De]

Meise, BRABANT ● Belgium

Description: The adults grow up to 8–11 millimetres (0.31–0.43 in) long. Black head, antennae black with a yellow basis.

Biology : They can be encountered from May through September feeding on small insects and on nectar and pollen of flowers (especially on Apiaceae species).
The larvae mainly feed on Trifolium pratense, T. repens, Vicia craca and Lotus corniculatus. They overwinter as eonymph, pupating and emerging the following Spring.

Distribution: Europe, including Great Britain.

References:
Ecology of Commanster
Magis N, 2008. Apports à la chorologie des Hyménoptères Symphytes de Belgique et du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg. XXXV. Entomologie faunistique - Faunistic Entomology, volume 61, numéro 3 : 99-108.





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  • David gibbs - Monday 26 September 2011 11:55
    not identifiable from photo, did you take specimen and examine saw? if not the label Tenthredo sp.