Acanthosoma haemorrhoidale (Linnaeus 1758) (Family Acanthosomatidae)


Nymph

Length: 12.5-17mm
Egg Nymph Adult
April - July June - October
(Earliest: 11.12)
August - June
(Earliest: 11.2)

Biotopes:
Hedge Rows
Food:
(Nymph)
(Polyphagous)

Crataegus

Sorbus aria

Quercus robur

Corylus avellana

Populus tremula
Possible Food:
(Nymph)
(Polyphagous)

Betula
Food:
(Adult)
(Polyphagous)

Crataegus Juices

Sorbus aria Juices

Quercus robur Juices

Corylus avellana Juices

Populus tremula Juices
Possible Food:
(Adult)
(Polyphagous)

Betula Juices
Parasitoids:
Lophosia fasciata

British Bugs: Acanthosoma haemorrhoidale
Nature Spot: Hawthorn Shieldbug - Acanthosoma haemorrhoidale


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