Zeugophora scutellaris Suffrian, 1840
For all the western European Zeugophora species applies: large, blackish brown, upper-surface blotch. Oviposition at the leaf underside, in a small pit, that is covered by secretion. These oviposition marks remain visible as small, transparent points. Larva yellow, flattened, with a distinct head but no feet. They live communal, and leave the mine through an upper-surface exit slit.
Populus nigra, tremula.
Larvae from June – September (Hering, 1957a).
BE uncertain (see below).
NE observed (Beenen & Winkelman, 1993a).
LUX uncertain (see below).
distribution within Europe
From Belgium and eastern France to Central Asia (Warchalowski, 2003a); Italy only (Fauna Europaea, 2007)!
See Steinhausen (2001b).
Zeugophora frontalis Suffrian, 1840 (pers. comm. R. van Beenen)
See Warchalowski (2003a) for a key to the beetles.
Augustin (1998a), Beenen & Winkelman (1993a), Bieńkowski (2004a), Bukejs (2009b), Heinig & Schöller (2012a), Jong Eun Lee (1998a), Rheinheimer & Hassler (2018a), Steinhausen (2001b), Strickland (1920a), Vorst (2010a), Warchalowski (2003a).