Grammoptera bipustulata is an endemic species to Peloponnese (South Greece). Adult beetles have been collected on flowering bushes
of Quercus coccifera and Crataegus. Females of this species were observed ovipositing in a dead branch of a living Quercus coccifera.
This branch showed a typical pattern of a fungal attack similar to fungi other Grammoptera species (G. abdominalis,
G. ustulata) are associated with.
|Body length:||5 - 9 mm|
|Life cycle:||2 years [?]|
|Adults in:||May - June|
|Host plant:||oaks (Quercus spp.)|
|Distribution:||a species endemic to South Greece (Peloponnese)|
The depicted beetles were beaten from a blossoming hawthorn (Crataegus) in locality situated along the main road from Sparta to Tripoli on
a mountain plateau (20 km S Tripoli, 900 m, Peloponnese peninsula, South Greece).
Collected by Michal Hoskovec
Eine neue Grammoptera-Art aus Griechenland (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae).
Zeitschrift der Arbeitsgemeinschaft österreichischer Entomologen 26: 22-23,  1975.
On the taxonomy of taxa related to Grammoptera auricollis Mulsant & Rey (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae).
Lambillionea 97 (4): 512-514, 1997.