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- Subfamily: Cerambycinae

Anaglyptus mysticus

Category: Cerambycinae

Details: Anaglyptus mysticus

Aromia moschata

Category: Cerambycinae

Did you know?: The Musk Beetle is emitting, as a mechanism of defence, a delicate musky smell when disturbed.

Details: Aromia moschata

Aromia moschata (2)

Category: Cerambycinae

Did you know?: After mating the Female searches for a willow tree, where she chews a notch into the bark for the eggs to be laid.

Details: Aromia moschata (2)

Aromia moschata (3)

Category: Cerambycinae

Details: Aromia moschata (3)

Aromia moschata (4)

Category: Cerambycinae

Details: Aromia moschata (4)

Cerambyx scopoli

Category: Cerambycinae

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Cerambyx scopoli (2)

Category: Cerambycinae

Details: Cerambyx scopoli (2)

Chlorophorus varius

Category: Cerambycinae

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Clytus arietis

Category: Cerambycinae

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Clytus arietis (2)

Category: Cerambycinae

Details: Clytus arietis (2)

Phymatodes testaceus

Category: Cerambycinae

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Plagionotus arcuatus

Category: Cerambycinae

Details: Plagionotus arcuatus

Plagionotus arcuatus (2)

Category: Cerambycinae

Details: Plagionotus arcuatus (2)

Plagionotus floralis

Category: Cerambycinae

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Pyrrhidium sanguineum

Category: Cerambycinae

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Rosalia alpina

Category: Cerambycinae

Details: Rosalia alpina

Rosalia alpina (2)

Category: Cerambycinae

Details: Rosalia alpina (2)

Rosalia alpina (3)

Category: Cerambycinae

Did you know?: This Beetle has in recent years greatly depleted in Europe. According to the Berne Convention it is under european-wide protection.

Details: Rosalia alpina (3)

Rosalia alpina (4)

Category: Cerambycinae

Details: Rosalia alpina (4)

Rosalia alpina (5)

Category: Cerambycinae

Details: Rosalia alpina (5)

Xylotrechus rusticus

Category: Cerambycinae

Details: Xylotrechus rusticus