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  Order Coleoptera      Superfamily Chrysomeloidea 209,033  
  Lucanidae

Cerambycidae (longhorn beetles)

Chrysomelidae  
The long­horn beetles (Ceram­bycidae) are amongst the most "popular" beetle families and hence lots of research has been carried out on the family. The small to very large beetles are distributed worldwide (approx. 27,000 species). From Germany 195 species have been recorded. The beetles are characterized by their oblong body shape and their long antennae (family name!). The species feed on pollen or sap oozing from trees. The larvae develop on wood or herbaceous plants. Several are serious pests, with the larvae boring into wood, where they can cause extensive damage to either living trees or untreated lumber.
World: 27,000 Europe: 600 Germany: 197 collected: 117 fraction: 59%

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30 - 50 mm
Megopis scabricornis ♂
25 - 60 mm
Ergates faber ♂
18 - 45 mm
Prionus coriarius ♂
12 - 24 mm
Spondylis buprestoides ♂
10 - 30 mm
Arhopalus rusticus
8 - 23 mm
Asemum striatum
9 - 18 mm
Tetropium castaneum
8 - 17 mm
Tetropium fuscum
12 - 22 mm
Rhagium bifasciatum ♂
17 - 30 mm
Rhagium sycophanta
13 - 22 mm
Rhagium mordax
10 - 21 mm
Rhagium inquisitor
15 - 23 mm
Rhamnusium bicolor
16 - 30 mm
Oxymirus cursor
15 - 25 mm
Stenocorus meridianus
12 - 21 mm
Stenocorus quercus
9 - 12 mm
Gaurotes virginea
7 - 9 mm
Dinoptera collaris
9 - 11 mm
Pidonia lurida
8 - 11 mm
Cortodera femorata
8 - 11 mm
Cortodera humeralis
6 - 8 mm
Grammoptera ustulata
4.5 - 7 mm
Grammoptera ruficornis
6 - 9 mm
Grammoptera abdominalis
6 - 8 mm
Alosterna tabacicolor
13 - 18 mm
Leptura aurulenta ♂
11 - 19 mm
Leptura quadrifasciata
14 - 20 mm
Leptura maculata
12 - 17 mm
Leptura arcuata
10.5 - 15 mm
Leptura aethiops
7 - 12 mm
Anoplodera rufipes
7 - 12 mm
Anoplodera sexguttata
7 - 9 mm
Pseudovadonia livida
10 - 14 mm
Corymbia fulva
8 - 10 mm
Corymbia maculicornis
10 - 19 mm
Corymbia rubra ♂
14 - 20 mm
Corymbia scutellata
9 - 11 mm
Anastrangalia sanguinolenta ♂
9 - 16 mm
Anastrangalia dubia ♂
8 - 14 mm
Judolia sexmaculata
7 - 11 mm
Pachytodes cerambyciformis
8 - 15 mm
Pedostrangalia revestita
6 - 9 mm
Stenurella melanura ♂
7 - 10 mm
Stenurella bifasciata ♀
6.5 - 9 mm
Stenurella nigra
30 - 53 mm
Cerambyx cerdo ♂
18 - 28 mm
Cerambyx scopolii
14 - 21 mm
Trichoferus pallidus
3 - 7 mm
Gracilia minuta
5 - 10 mm
Obrium cantharinum
4 - 7 mm
Obrium brunneum
6 - 16 mm
Molorchus minor
5 - 8 mm
Molorchus umbellatarum
8 - 16 mm
Stenopterus rufus
7 - 9 mm
Callimus angulatus
13 - 34 mm
Aromia moschata
15 - 38 mm
Rosalia alpina ♂
7 - 21 mm
Hylotrupes bajulus
8 - 13 mm
Ropalopus femoratus
8 - 14 mm
Callidium coriaceum
8 - 16 mm
Callidium violaceum
9 - 15 mm
Callidium aeneum
8 - 12 mm
Pyrrhidium sanguineum
6 - 17 mm
Phymatodes testaceus
5.5 - 10 mm
Phymatodes pusillus
4 - 6.5 mm
Phymatodes alni
5.5 - 8 mm
Phymatodes rufipes
9 - 20 mm
Xylotrechus rusticus
8 - 13 mm
Xylotrechus antilope
8 - 17 mm
Xylotrechus arvicola
10 - 19 mm
Clytus tropicus
7 - 14 mm
Clytus arietis
8 - 14 mm
Clytus lama
10 - 19 mm
Plagionotus detritus
6 - 20 mm
Plagionotus arcuatus
8 - 14 mm
Chlorophorus varius
9 - 15 mm
Chlorophorus herbstii
5.5 - 9 mm
Chlorophorus sartor
7 - 13 mm
Chlorophorus figuratus
6 - 13 mm
Anaglyptus mysticus
10 - 15 mm
Dorcadion fuliginator
15 - 30 mm
Lamia textor
15 - 24 mm
Monochamus sutor ♂
12 - 25 mm
Monochamus galloprovincialis
9 - 15 mm
Mesosa nebulosa
5 - 10 mm
Anaesthetis testacea
6 - 7 mm
Pogonocherus hispidulus
4 - 6 mm
Pogonocherus hispidus
5 - 8 mm
Pogonocherus fasciculatus
4 - 6 mm
Pogonocherus decoratus
4 - 6 mm
Pogonocherus ovatus
5 - 11 mm
Calamobius filum
6 - 10 mm
Leiopus nebulosus
12 - 20 mm
Acanthocinus aedilis ♂
5 - 8 mm
Exocentrus adspersus
4 - 6 mm
Exocentrus lusitanus
4.5 - 6 mm
Exocentrus punctipennis
10 - 22 mm
Agapanthia villosoviridescens
7 - 13 mm
Agapanthia pannonica
8 - 13 mm
Agapanthia intermedia
20 - 30 mm
Saperda carcharias
9 - 15 mm
Saperda populnea
12 - 18 mm
Saperda scalaris
6 - 9 mm
Menesia bipunctata
16 - 18 mm
Oberea pupillata
15 - 21 mm
Oberea oculata
11 - 14 mm
Oberea linearis
9 - 14 mm
Oberea erythrocephala
10 - 13 mm
Stenostola dubia ♂
10 - 16 mm
Phytoecia nigripes
8 - 12 mm
Phytoecia nigricornis
6 - 12 mm
Phytoecia cylindrica
6 - 8 mm
Phytoecia pustulata
7 - 10 mm
Phytoecia icterica ♂
8 - 14 mm
Phytoecia coerulescens
3 - 5 mm
Tetrops praeustus
5 - 6 mm
Tetrops starkii


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 Cerambycidae (longhorn beetles) – currently missing species (80):
 Parandra brunnea
 Tragosoma depsarium
 Nothorhina punctata
 Arhopalus ferus
 Tetropium gabrieli
 Akimerus schaefferi
 Pachyta quadrimaculata
 Pachyta lamed
 Evodinus clathratus
 Brachyta interrogationis
 Acmaeops septentrionis
 Acmaeops pratensis
 Acmaeops marginatus
 Nivellia sanguinosa
 Corymbia erythroptera
 Corymbia hybrida
 Corymbia cordigera
 Anastrangalia reyi
 Lepturobosca virens
 Pachytodes erraticus
 Strangalia attenuata
 Pedostrangalia pubescens
 Stenurella septempunctata
 Necydalis major
 Necydalis ulmi
 Saphanus piceus
 Cerambyx miles
 Trichoferus griseus
 Penichroa fasciata
 Axinopalpis gracilis
 Nathrius brevipennis
 Molorchus marmottani
 Stenopterus ater
 Aromia bungii
 Anisarthron barbipes
 Ropalopus ungaricus
 Ropalopus macropus
 Ropalopus spinicornis
 Ropalopus clavipes
 Pronocera angusta
 Leioderes kollari
 Semanotus undatus
 Phymatodes glabratus
 Phymatodes lividus
 Xylotrechus pantherinus
 Xylotrechus ibex
 Clytus rhamni
 Cyrtoclytus capra
 Plagionotus floralis
 Neoclytus acuminatus
 Pseudosphegestes cinereus
 Chlorophorus pilosus
 Isotomus speciosus
 Purpuricenus kaehleri
 Parmena balteus
 Morimus funereus
 Monochamus sartor
 Monochamus saltuarius
 Mesosa curculionoides
 Stenidea genei
 Oplosia fennica
 Acanthoderes clavipes
 Leiopus punctulatus
 Leiopus femoratus
 Acanthocinus reticulatus
 Acanthocinus griseus
 Agapanthia dahli
 Agapanthia cynarae
 Saperda similis
 Saperda perforata
 Saperda punctata
 Saperda octopunctata
 Stenostola ferrea
 Phytoecia scutellata
 Phytoecia argus
 Phytoecia rubropunctata
 Phytoecia virgula
 Phytoecia caerulea
 Phytoecia uncinata
 Phytoecia molybdaena
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