Chamaesphecia hungarica (Tomala, 1901)
The larva bore in the roots.
Euphorbiaceae, narrowly monophagous
According to Bąkowski (2013b) rarely also E. palustris.
The larva lives for one year, hibernates in the tunnel and pupates, without making a cocoon, in the spring.
distribution within Europe
Larva and pupa are extensively described by Bąkowski.
Bąkowski (2013b), Laštůvka & Laštůvka (2001a), Predovnik (2010a), Toševski, Gassmann & Schroeder (1996a).