Agrilus biguttatus

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Agrilus biguttatus (Fabricius, 1776) - (oak buprestid beetle, two spotted oak buprestid)

The beetle is found in Europe and northern Asia. It is considered to be a factor in oak decline and might also vector oak diseases. On the other hand, it is considered an endangered species in some countries. The larvae excavate galleries under the bark.

Synonyms:
Agrilus pannonicus

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