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 Throscidae

Buprestidae (jewel beetles)

Clambidae 
The jewel beetles (Buprestidae) are a very large family of very small to large species with beautiful glossy iridescent colors. Worldwide some 15,000 species in 450 genera have been scientifically described. The major centre of distribution is the tropical region. In Germany only 100 species are known to occur. The beetles are markedly thermophilic. In Germany many species are only found in relatively warm areas like the Upper-Rhine valley, where they reach the northern border of their distribution range. Adults and larvae are herbivorous and often strictly associated with their host plant.
World: 15,000 Europe: 470 Germany: 103 (89) collected: 47 fraction (%): 46 (53)

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24 - 30 mm
Chalcophora mariana
7 - 13 mm
Ptosima flavoguttata ♂
20 - 24 mm
Dicerca berolinensis
13 - 21 mm
Poecilonota variolosa
9 - 15 mm
Scintillatrix rutilans ♂
6 - 12 mm
Palmar festiva
12 - 20 mm
Buprestis rustica
12 - 21 mm
Buprestis haemorrhoidalis
9 - 15 mm
Buprestis octoguttata
7 - 12 mm
Phaenops cyanea
7 - 11 mm
Anthaxia manca
7 - 11 mm
Anthaxia candens
5 - 8 mm
Anthaxia salicis
4.5 - 7.5 mm
Anthaxia suzannae
4 - 7 mm
Anthaxia fulgurans ♀
4.5 - 6.5 mm
Anthaxia podolica ♂
5 - 6 mm
Anthaxia nitidula ♂
2.8 - 6 mm
Anthaxia mendizabali ♂
6 - 9 mm
Anthaxia similis
5 - 8 mm
Anthaxia helvetica
5 - 7 mm
Anthaxia quadripunctata
10.5 - 15 mm
Chrysobothris affinis
7 - 12 mm
Chrysobothris solieri
10 - 14 mm
Coraebus undatus
4.5 - 7.2 mm
Coraebus elatus
6.5 - 11 mm
Agrilus ater
9 - 11 mm
Agrilus biguttatus
4 - 6.5 mm
Agrilus laticornis ♂
3.5 - 5 mm
Agrilus obscuricollis
4 - 6.5 mm
Agrilus angustulus ♂
6 - 8.5 mm
Agrilus sulcicollis
4 - 4.5 mm
Agrilus olivicolor
3.5 - 5.5 mm
Agrilus convexicollis
4.5 - 7 mm
Agrilus cyanescens
4 - 6 mm
Agrilus betuleti
4 - 8 mm
Agrilus pratensis
6 - 9 mm
Agrilus viridis ♂
4.5 - 7 mm
Agrilus cuprescens
4 - 6 mm
Agrilus hyperici
4.5 - 10 mm
Agrilus sinuatus
7 - 9 mm
Agrilus cinctus
3.2 - 5 mm
Cylindromorphus filum
2.5 - 4.2 mm
Aphanisticus emarginatus
3 - 3.5 mm
Trachys minutus
2 - 3.5 mm
Trachys troglodytes
1.5 - 2.5 mm
Trachys scrobiculatus
2.3 - 2.8 mm
Trachys fragariae


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