Recognized by the greenish yellow or pale grayish yellow pronotal disk with the lateral margins broadly fuscous; first antennal segment without pale longitudinal stripes; and male genitalia with shaft of left paramere broadly rounded apically and broad right paramere. (1)
native to w. Palaearctic (Europe and much of n. Africa), adventive in NA (NY and BC-OR)(1)
In NA, adults collected on Alnus, Corylus, Pyrus, Salix, and Tilia(1)
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