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TN dscn2335 Rutpela maculata

Author 'Luciole' : I have this beautiful insect in the mountains, in the Hautes-Alpes. If anyone knows its so-called name me...: 15:: 18:

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> Astrid >Reply Feb 27, 2007
I didn't know this species either, thanks to the Fada ! And thanks to you we have presented.
> Acidezen [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Feb 26, 2007
Thanks for the comment the Fada not-so-fada than that and bravo for the photo.
> Goldwing >Reply Feb 26, 2007
Super thanks Fada, which has response to both insects to the flowers. There is no EXIF, and we do not know your camera but you're doing really well.
> Marcel >Reply Feb 26, 2007
cropped a little off, this picture is well done. The background is unobtrusive, which works well ! Well.
> Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Feb 26, 2007
It is a lepture rouge(anoplodera rubra)of the family cerambycidae. It is an insect parasite of the wood. The mountain forests and boreal forests are its preferred habitat. It is also found in the plains, where they grow plantations of conifers. He loves flowers the most varied but mainly the umbelliferae. It is present on the trunks of conifers cut in which to grow the larvae.
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