Xylotrechus antilope (Schonherr, 1817)

Stefanelli, Silvia, Della Rocca, Francesca & Bogliani, Giuseppe, 2014, Saproxylic beetles of the Po plain woodlands, Italy, Biodiversity Data Journal 2, pp. 1106-1106: 1106

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Xylotrechus antilope (Schonherr, 1817)


Xylotrechus antilope (Schonherr, 1817)  


Type status: Other material. Occurrence: recordedBy: Silvia Stefanelli; individualCount: 1; lifeStage: adult; Taxon: taxonID: urn:lsid:faunaeur.org:taxname:114531; scientificName: Xylotrechusantilope; order: Coleoptera; family: Cerambycidae; genus: Xylotrechus; scientificNameAuthorship: Schonherr 1817; Location: country: Italy; stateProvince: Pavia; locality: SIC "Boschi Siro Negri e Moriano" - BN5 ; verbatimElevation: 62 m; verbatimCoordinates: 32T 502886E 5008393N; verbatimCoordinateSystem: UTM WGS 84; decimalLatitude: 45.229029; decimalLongitude: 9.036770; georeferencedBy: Silvia Stefanelli; georeferenceProtocol: GPS; Identification: identifiedBy: Carlo Pesarini; dateIdentified: 2011 GoogleMaps  

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Least Concern ( European Environment Agency 2013).


Albania, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Britain I., Bulgaria, Corsica, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, European Turkey, French mainland, Germany, Greek mainland, Hungary, Italian mainland, Moldova Republic of, Norwegian mainland, Poland, Portuguese mainland, Romania, Russia Central, Russia South, Sicily, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spanish mainland, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, Yugoslavia, Near East, North Africa ( Fauna Europaea 2013).


The species is more widespread in the Mediterranean area than in continental regions. The larva develops only in oaks. The adult appears during spring and summer on the logs of the host plants ( Pesarini and Sabbadini 1994).