Megatoma undata – Cavenham Heath

4 to 6 mm. Black with distinctive white markings on the pronotum and elytra. Freshly emerged specimens are initially brown.
Habitat
The typical habitat of the adults is around dead wood although they may also be found on flowers e.g. Crataegus or Malus in the spring and early summer when they may be pollen feeders.
When to see it
April and May
UK Status
In Britain this species is mainly found south of the Humber.

Megatoma undata

Megatoma undata

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