Neocrepidodera transversa (Marsham, 1802)

Taxonomy: Polyphaga > Chrysomeloidea > Chrysomelidae > Neocrepidodera > Neocrepidodera transversa


Size: 4-5mm
Basic colour: Usually pale brown to reddish-brown; sometimes darker with a pitchy-brown head, black pronotum, dark brown elytra (with a darker spot around the scutellum) and dark brown legs (with reddish-brown femora)
Pattern colour: See basic colour
Number of spots: Usually none, though see basic colour
Other colour forms: Sometimes
Pronotoum: See basic colour
Leg colour: See basic colour

Western Palaearctic, including Caucasus, Middle East and Kazakhstan


Status: Widespread and common
Habitat: Various
Host plant: Various
Overwintering: Probably as larvae, plus some adults
Food: Adults on leaves (possibly also pollen), larval feeding unknown.

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