| Anaglyptus, Beetle, Anaglyptus mysticus, Chlorophorus, Clytus|Anaglyptus gibbosus Wikipedia
Anaglyptus gibbosus is a beetle in the Cerambycidae family. The scientific name of this species was first published in 1787 by Fabricius. This species resides on broad-leafed trees in Southern Europe (Spain, France, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia) and North Africa (Tunisia, Algeria). Its larvae live in dry wood and adults will emerge from flowers between April and June.