Stenurella [Leptura, Strangalia] melanura (Linnaeus 1758) (Family Cerambycidae)


Male

Female

Couple

Length: 5-10mm
Egg Larva Pupa Adult
? (2-3 Years) May - June May - September
(Earliest: 25.5)

Biotopes:
Meadows

Wet Meadows

Hedge Rows

Beech Forest

Wet Forest

Spruce Forest
Food:
(Larva)
(Polyphagous Wood Borer)

Dead Wood

Fagus sylvatica

Quercus robur

Acer pseudoplatanus

Picea abies

Pinus sylvestris
Food:
(Adult)

Several Apiaceae Pollen

Several Asteraceae Pollen

Rubus fruticosus Pollen

Polygonum bistorta Pollen

Digitalis purpurea Pollen

Ranunculus acris Pollen

Chamerion angustifolium Pollen
Possible Parasitoids:

Many Ichneumonidae Larvae

Several Braconidae Larvae

Longhorn Beetles of the Western Palaearctic Region: Stenurella melanura
Watford Coleoptera Group: Stenurella melanura
Insektenbox: Kleiner Schmalbock


Pictures © 2003, 2004, 2006 J.K. Lindsey

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