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Hemichroa australis

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Kingdom  Animalia
Class  Insecta
Suborder  Symphyta
Rank  Species
Phylum  Arthropoda
Order  Hymenoptera
Superfamily  Tenthredinoidea
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Similar  Craesus latipes, Macrophya duodecimpunctata, Athalia circularis, Eriocampa ovata, Macrophya annulata

Hemichroa australis


Hemichroa australis is a species of sawflies in the family Tenthredinidae.

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Description

Hemichroa australis can reach a length of about 7–8 millimetres (0.28–0.31 in). Head and thorax are bright red, while the mesopleuron and the abdomen are shiny black.

This sawfly is similar to Hemichroa crocea, that has a bright orange abdomen and legs.

Larvae feed on alder (Alnus species) and birch (Betula species).

Distribution

This species can be found in most of Europe.

References

Hemichroa australis Wikipedia


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