Taxon profile


Oxymirus cursor (Linnaeus, 1758)

kingdom Animalia - animals »  phylum Arthropoda - arthropods »  class Insecta - insects »  order Coleoptera - beetles »  family Cerambycidae - longhorn beetles »  genus Oxymirus

Scientific synonyms

Cerambyx cursor Linnaeus, 1758 o
Stenocorus cursor (Linnaeus, 1758)
Rhagium cursor (Linnaeus, 1758)
Toxotus cursor (Linnaeus, 1758)
Toxotus lacordairii Pascoe, 1867 (partim.) p
Toxotus lacordairei Pascoe, 1867 (unjustified emendation) uem
Oxymirus cursor var. leseigneuri Villiers, 1962
Leptura luctuosa Latreille, 1804
Cerambyx noctis Linnaeus, 1767 nec Gronov, 1764
Rhagium noctis (Linnaeus, 1767)


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Intertaxon relationships

food: Larix decidua Mill. - European Larch, Abies alba Mill. - European Silver Fir, Picea abies (L.) H. Karst. - Norway Spruce, Corylus avellana L. - Hazel, Fagus sylvatica L. - European Beech

parasitoid: Acaenitus dubitator (Panzer, 1800)

Included taxa

Number of records: 3

varietas Oxymirus cursor var. verneuili Mulsant, 1838

Oxymirus cursor var. verneuili - 000000000001

varietas Oxymirus cursor var. lineatus Letzner, 1885

Oxymirus cursor var. lineatus - 000000000011

varietas Oxymirus cursor var. niger (Olivier, 1795)

Oxymirus cursor var. niger - 000000000001100

Links and literature

Gahan 1906 [as Oxymirus cursor]
Voet 1806 [as Stenocorus striatus]
EN Fauna Europaea 2.4 [115056]

de Jong, Y.S.D.M. (ed.): Fauna Europaea [] [as Oxymirus cursor Linnaeus, 1758]
Data retrieved on: 9 March 2012

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Names (not confirmed) - 1


o original combination

p part of an original larger group

uem unjustified emendation - proposed alternative spelling of scientific name when not justified by international code of nomenclature.

i species introduced to area described by check-list

species extinct in area described by check-list