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Longhorn beetles


Named longhorns because of their long and sturdy antennae. Elongated bodies. Larvae are usually wood borers. 

The information about this group of species has been organised into reports, charts, maps and photos. Click a pic below to see the detail:

Distribution Map Some Charts Some Photographs Sites List Records List Recent Records Guidance Notes

For more information about a species click/tap its photograph:

Two-banded Longhorn Beetle

Rhagium bifasciatum

Black-spotted Longhorn Beetle

Rhagium mordax

Four Banded Longhorn Beetle

Leptura quadrifasciata

Spotted Longhorn Beetle

Rutpela maculata

Tawny Longhorn Beetlel

Paracorymbia fulva

Tobacco-coloured Longhorn Beetle

Alosterna tabacicolor

Fairy-ring Longhorn Beetle

Pseudovadonia livida

Dusky Longhorn Beetle

Arhopalus rusticus

Wasp Beetle

Clytus arietis

Golden-bloomed Grey Longhorn Beetle

Agapanthia villosoviriidescens

Lesser Thorn-tipped Longhorn Beetle

Pogonocherus hispidus