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Stictoleptura cordigera
Stictoleptura cordigera


Stictoleptura cordigera
Stictoleptura cordigera (synonym: Corymbia cordigera) belong to the genus Stictoleptura in the order beetles (Coleoptera), the suborder Polyphaga, the superfamily Chrysomeloidea, the family longhorn beetles (Cerambycidae), the subfamily Lepturinae and the tribe Lepturini. Stictoleptura cordigera are particularly widespread in the Mediterranean region. They are found as far north as southern Germany.
Corymbia cordigera
Corymbia cordigera
Adult Stictoleptura cordigera reach body lengths of 14-20 mm and have a black base colour. The edges of their eyes extend to the base of their antennae. The pronotum is bell-shaped and narrows considerably at the anterior end. The scutellum is black.
Stictoleptura cordigera - Side view
Stictoleptura cordigera - Side view
The upper surface of the wing covers (elytra) is covered, almost evenly, in spots and has short hairs which stick out slightly. The markings on the wings are unmistakable. The elytra are bright red with a black patch in the shape of a heart or sometimes a triangle, in the middle. This patch tapers off into a dark, narrow stripe that runs along the inner edge of the elytra to the tips which are also black.
Stictoleptura cordigera - eating
Stictoleptura cordigera - eating
Adult Stictoleptura cordigera visit flowering plants, especially Umbelliferae (Apiaceae). The larvae of the beetle develop in the decaying wood of deciduous trees.


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1. Stictoleptura cordigera
2. Corymbia cordigera
3. Stictoleptura cordigera - Side view
4. Stictoleptura cordigera - eating
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