Pristiphora groenblomi - Pristiphora carinata group
The stigma is brown and not darker than the costa. The labrum, pronotum, tegulae, coxae, femora and bases of tibia are reddish-yellow. The female is best determined by the characteristics of the saw. Males are best determined by the penis valve.
Larval food plant is unknown but might be a birch species. It is associated with uplands.
Size: Assumed 5.5 - 7.5mm
Flight period: May to July
Plant associations: Unknown, but possibly Betula sp. (birch?)
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