Thyreonotus corsicus Rambur, 1838


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Habitat:
Thyreonotus corsicus inhabits most often areas with strongly developed vegetation (bushes, dwarf shrubs, grasses) like garigues, scrub, maquis or dry open woodland.

Life cycle:
The adults appear between late June/July and November.

Remarks:
Thyreonotus corsicus occurs in SW-Europe (Iberian Peninsula, S-France, Corsica and Sardinia).