Enoploderes (Enoploderes) sanguineum Faldermann, 1837
[= Enoploderes sanguineus Faldermann, 1837]

Subfamilia: LEPTURINAE  /  Tribus: RHAGIINI

Enoploderes sanguineum
[Photo © M.Hoskovec]

Body length:10 - 15 mm
Life cycle:2 years
Adults in:May - June
Host plant:polyphagous in deciuous trees
Distribution:Albania, Caucasus, North Iran, Turkey

Enoploderes sanguineum is a rare species associated with old hollow deciduous trees. Larvae of this insect develop in dead tissues of such hollows. In contrast to Rhamnusium spp. this beetle seems to be diurnal. The depicted beetle was collected near Asalem (North Iran, Gilan province).

Collected by M.Rejzek

Subfamilia: Lepturinae Latreille, 1802
Tribus: Rhagiini Kirby, 1837
Genus: Enoploderes Faldermann, 1837
Subgenus: Enoploderes Faldermann, 1837
Species: Enoploderes (Enoploderes) sanguineum Faldermann, 1837