Alosterna ingrica, a very rare species distributed from the North-Eeastern Europe to Western Siberia (Sibero-European chorotype), has been described from St. Petersburg region (Russia) as Grammoptera ingrica
by Julius Ivanovitch Baeckmann in 1902 [✮]. The larval development is not known, it will probably be analogous to that of related taxa of the genus Alosterna or Grammoptera. Adults, active in May and June, are diurnal and anthophilous
(can be found on flowers, especially on Apiaceae and Rosaceae) [✧][❖].
|Body length:||♂ 6.0 - 8.5 mm / ♀ 7.5 - 9.0 mm|
|Adults in:||May - June|
|Host plant:||unknown, probably in decazing wood of deciduous trees|
|Distribution:||Belarus, Russia (European Territory), Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia [▿], Ukraine, West Siberia|
The depicted beetle was collected on the banks of the river Lukh (Лух) in Pureshka (Пурешка) village environs in (Pestyakovsky district, Ivanovo Oblast, Central Federal District, Russia) on June 24-25, 2011.
Collected by Maxim E. Smirnov
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[ Cerambycidae of the Czech Republic and Slovak Republic ]
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