Leiopus stillatus has been described from Lake Chūzenji environs (Nikkō, Tochigi prefecture, Japan) as
Acanthocinus stillatus by Henry Walter Bates in 1884 [▽]. This species has a wide distribution in the Eastern part
of the Palaearctic Region from Far East Russia to the Korean peninsula, Japan and China.
|Body length:||6 - 11 mm|
|Life cycle:||1 - 2 years|
|Adults in:||April - August|
|Host plant:|| polyphagous on deciduous trees|
|Distribution:||China, Japan, Korea, Russia (Far East)|
The depicted male beetle was collected in Kamenystyi (Каменистый) creek valley about 1.8 km above the mouth of the Listvennichnaya (Лиственничная) river
(N43°33′53″ E131°21′22″; 480 m a.s.l, Borisovskoye Plateau,
South of Primorsky krai, Far Eastern Federal District, Russia) on May 28, 2019.
Collected by A.Zaytsev
Longicorn beetles of Japan. Additions, chiefly from the later collections of Mr. George Lewis; and notes on the synonymy, distribution,
and habits on the previously known species.
The Journal of the Linnean Society of London 18: 205-262, 1884.
Wallin H., Kwamme T. and Lin M.:
A review of the genera Leiopus Audinet-Serville, 1835 and Acanthocinus, Dejean, 1821 (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae, Lamiinae, Acanthocinini) in Asia,
with descriptions of six new species of Leiopus from China.
Zootaxa 3326: 1–36, 2012.