Anaglyptus (Anaglyptus) danilevskii Miroshnikov, 2000

Anaglyptus danilevskii

[Photo © David Navrátil & 8K postprocessing M.Hoskovec]

Anaglyptus danilevskii, a species occuring in Transcaucasia, has been described from Armenia by Alexandr Miroshnikov in 2000 [❖]. Larvae of this species develop in dead wood of deciduos trees (reported from Quercus). Adults, active in May and June, are diurnal and anthophilous.

Body length:9 - 15.5 mm
Life cycle:2 years
Adults in:May - June
Host plant:probably polyphagous in deciduos trees (reported from Quercus)
Distribution:Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Iran, Turkey

The depicted beetles were collected in Geghard monastery (Գեղարդ) environs (1700 m a.s.l, Goght, Kotayk province, Armenia) on June 6, 2013.

Collected by David Navrátil

Miroshnikov A.I.:
Contribution to the knowledge of the longicorn beetles of the Caucasus. 3. Genus Anaglyptus Mulsant, 1839 (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae).
Entomologica Kubanica, Krasnodar 1: 61-103, 2000. [download pdf icon]

SubfamiliaCerambycinae Latreille, 1802
TribusAnaglyptini Lacordaire, 1869
GenusAnaglyptus Mulsant, 1839
SubgenusAnaglyptus Mulsant, 1839
SpeciesAnaglyptus (Anaglyptus) danilevskii Miroshnikov, 2000