Clytus buglanicus Kadlec, 2005
/ Tribus: CLYTINI
[Photo © L.Dembický]
Clytus buglanicus, interesting and rare member of Eastern Anatolian longhorn beetle fauna, was described by our friend Stanislav
Kadlec (✝ 2008) according to one, by him in Buğlan Geçidi captured male. The Clytus buglanicus is very close to the species Clytus kumalariensis Johanides, 2001 from the central part of western Turkey.
|Body length:||holotype ♂ 13.5 mm|
|Life cycle:||2 years [?]|
|Adults in:||May - July|
|Distribution:||an endemic species to Turkey|
The depicted male beetle was captured in Buğlan Geçidi pass (1600 m; 40 km NNW Muş, Eastern Turkey) on May 21.-24., 2001.
Two new species longicorn beetles (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) from western Palaerctic region.
Studies and Reports of District Museum Prague-East, Taxonomical Series 1
(1-2): 103-107, 2005.
Subfamilia: Cerambycinae Latreille, 1802
Tribus: Clytini Mulsant, 1839
Genus: Clytus Laicharting, 1784
Species: Clytus buglanicus Kadlec, 2005