Stenocorus (Anisorus) quercus (Götz, 1783)
ssp. quercus (Götz, 1783)
[= Anisorus quercus (Götz, 1783)]

Subfamilia: LEPTURINAE  /  Tribus: STENOCORINI
Stenocorus quercus quercus
[Photo © Michal Hoskovec]

This species occurs early in the spring (about May 15th in Central Europe) and prefers oak growing on south facing slopes with thermophilous vegetation.

Body length:12 - 20 mm
Life cycle:2 - 3 years
Adults in:May - July
Host plant:polyphagous in deciduous trees (Quercus, Acer campestre)
Distribution:Europe, Crimea, Russia

The mounted male was captured on wing in Dobřichovice village (Central Bohemia, Czech Republic). The female was beaten from oak (Quercus robur) in Pouzdřany (South Moravia, Czech Republic). The living beetles were captured on wing in Srbsko village (Central Bohemia, Czech Republic).

Collected by M.Rejzek (the mounted male) and M.Hoskovec (the mounted female, and the living beetles).

Stenocorus quercus quercus
[Photo © Michal Hoskovec]

Stenocorus quercus quercus
Stenocorus quercus quercus
[Photo © Michal Hoskovec]

SubfamiliaLepturinae Latreille, 1802
TribusStenocorini Thomson, 1861
GenusStenocorus Fabricius, 1775
SubgenusAnisorus Mulsant, 1863
SpeciesStenocorus (Anisorus) quercus (Götz, 1783)
SubspeciesStenocorus (Anisorus) quercus quercus (Götz, 1783)