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Lamia (genus)

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The weaver beetle[1] (Lamia textor) is a species of beetle from subfamily Lamiinae in long-horned beetle family; it is a North Asia species.[2] Larvae develop in willow trees, rare in birch and poplar.[3]

Distributed everywhere in Western Europe, except extreme north, also distributed in Central and Eastern Europe, Siberia (meets on territories where appropriate these species food plants, starting from southern part of tundra), Caucasus, South Caucasus (rare), Sakhalin, in northern and western parts of Kazakhstan, Japan, Korea and in northeast of China.[3][4]

Imago is 15–32 mm long. Egg is 4.5–5 mm in length, and 1.2–1.4 mm in diameter.[5]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h BioLib Taxon profile — species Weaver Beetle Lamia textor (Linnaeus, 1758)
  2. ^ Дедюхин С. В. Жуки-усачи (COLEOPTERA, CERAMBYCIDAE) национального парка «Нечкинский» (с образом фауны этого семейства в Удмуртии) (rus.). — 2005. — № 10. — С. 90.
  3. ^ a b Плавильщиков Н. Н. Vol. 3 // Фауна СССР. Жесткокрылые. Жуки-дровосеки. Подсемейство Lamiinae ч. 1. — Москва-Ленинград: Издательство Академии наук СССР, 1958. — Т. XXII. — С. 498-500. — 575 с. — 2000 экз.
  4. ^ cerambyx.uochb.cz Lamia textor (Linnaeus, 1758)
  5. ^ Черепанов А. И. Vol. 1 // Усачи Северной Азии. Lamiinae. — Новосибирск: «Наука», 1984. — Т. III. — С. 92—98. — 214 с. — ISBN 90-04-09306-0

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Lamia (genus): Brief Summary

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The weaver beetle (Lamia textor) is a species of beetle from subfamily Lamiinae in long-horned beetle family; it is a North Asia species. Larvae develop in willow trees, rare in birch and poplar.

Distributed everywhere in Western Europe, except extreme north, also distributed in Central and Eastern Europe, Siberia (meets on territories where appropriate these species food plants, starting from southern part of tundra), Caucasus, South Caucasus (rare), Sakhalin, in northern and western parts of Kazakhstan, Japan, Korea and in northeast of China.

Imago is 15–32 mm long. Egg is 4.5–5 mm in length, and 1.2–1.4 mm in diameter.

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