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Longicorn, or longhorn beetles are so named as they often have antennae that are longer than their body.
Their body is usually 34-58mm, and the color of ocher. Males have antennae nearly twice the length of the body. The 11th segment of the antennae is the longest. Dense transverse folds are clearly visible on the pronotum. There is a pair of protrusions at the end of the suture at the end of the elytra.
Their main flight period is from June to August. They are often found in tree sap such as that of oak and chestnut. The larvae can infest live and decaying broadleaf trees such as chestnut and oak. Longicorn beetles are found throughout Korea, and in Russia, Japan, China, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia.

Arthropoda > Insecta > Coleoptera > Cerambycidae > Neocerambyx


  • Title: Longicorn beetles
  • 학명: Neocerambyx raddei

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