Leptura

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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

What is the animal Leptura known for?

Leptura is a genus of beetles in the family Cerambycidae, also known as longhorn beetles or longicorns.

They are known for their long antennae, which are usually longer than their bodies, and their colorful patterns on their elytra (wing covers).

Some species of Leptura are also known for their mimicry of wasps or bees, which helps them avoid predators.

Leptura beetles are mostly herbivorous, feeding on flowers, leaves, and wood.
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Where does the Leptura live?

Leptura is a genus of beetles in the family Cerambycidae, which are commonly known as longhorn beetles.
There are many species of Leptura, and they have different geographic distributions and habitats.
One of the most widespread and conspicuous species is Leptura quadrifasciata, which is also called the four-banded longhorn beetle.
This species is found in most parts of Europe and North Asia, from Spain to Japan.
It is also present in North Africa.
Leptura quadrifasciata prefers moist deciduous and mixed forests.
The larvae of Leptura quadrifasciata develop inside the wood.
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