Stock Photo - Clytra laeviuscula, a bright red or orange beetle with two large black patches and two black shoulder spots found in limestone grasslands. 7. 5-11. 5 mm ...
. At night it sleeps in strange hanging position off grass. Similar to Clytra quadripunctata. Adults active from May to August. Feed on Quercus robur, Salix, Populus, Betula, Fraxinus excelsior, Fagus sylvatica, Dorycnium, Prunus, Ulmus and Corylus avellana and pollen of Rosa canina, Polygonum bistorta and Leucanthemum vulgare. Forestry and agricultural pest.
Mary C. Legg
Up to XXL50 MBA3
(3240 x 4860 px -
10.8" x 16.2" -