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subspecies

Saperda scalaris scalaris (Linnaeus, 1758)

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

Scientific synonyms

Saperda (Lopezcolonia) scalaris scalaris (Linnaeus, 1758)
Saperda scalaris var. pseudocombinata Villiers, 1978
Saperda scalaris var. pseudodecadens Villiers, 1978
Saperda scalaris var. pseudoincompleta Villiers, 1978
Saperda scalaris var. pseudoproksi Villiers, 1978
Saperda scalaris var. subtypica Villiers, 1978
Saperda scalaris xantha Demelt, 1960

Images

Saperda scalaris scalaris

male

Author: Václav Hanzlík

Saperda scalaris scalaris

male

Author: Miroslav Deml

Saperda scalaris scalaris

female

Author: Stanislav Krejčík

Saperda scalaris scalaris

male

Author: Václav Hanzlík

Saperda scalaris scalaris

female

Author: Stanislav Krejčík

Saperda scalaris scalaris

female

Author: Václav Hanzlík

Saperda scalaris scalaris

female

Author: Václav Hanzlík

Saperda scalaris scalaris

Author: Josef Němec

larva

pupa


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Intertaxon relationships

food: Prunus cerasus L. - Dwarf Cherry, Prunus avium (L.) L. - Wild Cherry, Larix decidua Mill. - European Larch, Prunus padus L. - European Bird Cherry, Abies alba Mill. - European Silver Fir, ...

host: Castanea sativa Mill. - Sweet Chestnut

parasitoid: Meteorus tabidus (Wesmael, 1835), Orthocentrus fulvipes Gravenhorst, 1829

Included taxa

Number of records: 2


Links and literature

CZ EN Zahradník P. (2017): Seznam brouků (Coleptera) České republiky a Slovenska, Lesnická práce, s.r.o. [as Saperda (Lopezcolonia) scalaris scalaris (Linnaeus, 1758)]
Data retrieved on: 13 February 2020

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Explanations

species extinct in area described by check-list