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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

What does the Rhamnusium look like?

The Rhamnusium is a type of beetle that belongs to the family of longhorn beetles or Cerambycidae.
It has a slender and elongated body, with a reddish-yellow to reddish-brown color.
The wings are usually dark brown or black-blue with a metallic shine, but they can also be reddish or have different color patterns.
The head has thick temples behind the eyes and a narrow neck.
The thorax has two prominent bumps on each side of the middle line.
The antennae are long and thin, with the third and fourth segments being about equal in length.
The Rhamnusium is found in Europe, especially in Central and Eastern Europe.
It feeds on the wood of willows and other trees2.
There are four species in this genus, of which three occur in Europe.
The most common one is the willow borer or bump-headed borer (Rhamnusium bicolor).
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