Conizonia (Conizonioides) georgiana (Navrátil et Rozsíval, 2016) Saperdini

Subfamilia: LAMIINAE  /  Tribus: SAPERDINI

Conizonia georgiana
[Photo © David Navrátil]


Conizonia georgiana has been described by David Navrátil and Milan Rozsíval as Coptosia georgiana [❖] from Gori environs (Georgia) in 2016. Biology of this new species remains unknown - all captured adults were caught in flight or sitting on the ground only.

Body length:♂♂ 12.2 - 14.2 mm, ♀♀ 12.2 - 13.6 mm
Life cycle:1 year
Adults in:May - June
Host plant:unknown Apiaceae plant
Distribution:endemic species to Georgia


The depicted mounted Conizonia georgiana holotypes were captured 4 km NE of Gori (N42°00′28″ E44°9′37″; 950-1050 m a.s.l., Shida Kartli region, Georgia) on May 21, 2015. The live beetle was photographed on the same locality in May 2017.

Collected by David Navrátil and Pavel Jelínek


[❖]
Navrátil D. and Rozsíval M.:
A new species of the genus Coptosia (s. l.) Fairmaire, 1864 from Central Georgia (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae).
Munis Entomology & Zoology 11 (1): 1-3, 2016. [download pdf icon]


Özdikmen H. and Turgut S.:
A new subgenus to Conizonia Fairmaire, 1864 (Cerambycidae: Lamiinae: Phytoeciini).
Munis Entomology & Zoology 10 (1): 49-52, 2015. [download pdf icon]


Conizonia georgiana - genitalia


Male genitalia of Conizonia (Conizonioides) georgiana (Navrátil & Rozsíval, 2016) in detail: A. aedeagus, B. lateral lobes, C. subgenital plate.
[Photo © David Navrátil]


Conizonia georgiana
Conizonia georgiana
Conizonia georgiana
[Photo © Pavel Jelínek]



 
SubfamiliaLamiinae Latreille, 1825
TribusSaperdini Mulsant, 1839
GenusConizonia Fairmaire, 1864
SubgenusConizonioides Özdikmen, 2015
SpeciesConizonia (Conizonioides) georgiana (Navrátil et Rozsíval, 2016)