This is a lowland, pale species. In the female, the orbits, the sides of the mesonotal lobes, the scutellum and the mesopleura are largely reddish-yellow and the underside of the abdomen is a greenish-white.
In the male, the abdomen is more or less pale below and the scutellum is loosely punctured and shining between the punctures and laterally.
Euura trautmanni larvae are undescribed but probably a willow species.
Size: 6.0 - 8.0mm
Distribution: England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland
Flight period: April to June
Plant associations: Probably Salix spp. (probably willows)
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