Tawny Longhorn Beetle Paracorymbia fulva

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Classification Order: Coleoptera– Long Horns Family: Cerambycidae

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Length 9 to 14 mm.

Phenology Adults are usually on the wing in June and July.

Identification Its golden brown elytra (wing cases) are tipped with black. It also has black legs and antennae.mainly black and buff longhorn that rather resembles a male Stictoleptura rubra but has a black tip to the elytra.

Life Cycle Little is known as the larvae of this species have never been located. The adult is found in broad-leaved woodland.

Habitat It is usually found near to the coast in the southern half of England, from Norfolk round to Cornwall.Adults visit flowers such as umbellifers. The biology is apparently unknown.

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