Synanthedon loranthi (Kralíček, 1866)
on Loranthus, Vlscum
The larva makes short, branched galleries, mainly in the thinner branches, sometimes just below the bark (that then may fissure). Part of the frass is extruded. The larva lives two years. Pupation in a cocoon consisting of frass and saw dust.
distribution within Europe
Larva and pupa are extensively described by Bąkowski; see also Laštůvka (1983a).
Synanthedon cryptica (Králíček & Povolný, 1977).The status of S. cruciati Bettag & Blasius, 2002, described from Spain and living on Viscum cruciatum, is moot.
Aistleitner (2004a), Bachelard (2014a), Bąkowski (2013b), Bella, Bartsch & Laštůvka (2017a), Bettag & Bläsius (2002a), Ebert (ed,, 1997a), Hamborg (1993a), Laštůvka (1983a), Laštůvka & Laštůvka (2001a, 2014c), Predovnik (2018a), Pühringer & Kallies (2004a), Varga, Keresztes & Poczai (2012a), Weyh, Nässig & Zub (2010a).