Pteleobius vittatus (Fabricius, 1787)
elm bark beetle
The larvae develop under the bark of ailing or dying trees. However, the adults hibernate in short (0.5-1 cm) galleries that they make in the bark of healthy trees. Buhr writes that in the following spring copious callus tissue is formed as a reaction.
Ulmus laevis, minor, pumila.
distribution within Europe
Beaver (1970a), Buhr (1965a), Duffy (1953a), Gatti (2011a), Marković & Stojanović (2012a, 2015a), Munroe (1926a), Nikulina, Mandelshtam, Petrov, ao (2015a), Roskam (2019a), Sanchez, Chittaro, Germann & Knížek (2020a), Schedl (1980a), Selmi (1987a), Zanta & Battisti (1990a).