Rhaesus serricollis (Motschulsky) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae: Prioninae), a near-threatened species on the European Red List of Saproxylic Beetles, is reported from Dalmatia, Albania, Serbia, Macedonia in the Balkan peninsula to southern Greece, Bulgaria, Turkey, Iran, Syria, Israel, Cyprus, Caucasus, Georgia, Transcaucasia, the Near East, Lebanon, and North Africa. It also has been introduced into Egypt. In Turkey, it occurs in Adana, Antalya, Bilecik, Burdur, Denizli, Düzce, Hatay, İçel, İstanbul, İzmir, Kahramanmaraş, Konya, Muğla, and Osmaniye provinces and the Toros Mountains. Known host plants include Castanea, Celtis (Cannabaceae), Fagus (Fagaceae), Ficus (Moraceae), Liquidambar (Altingiaceae), Liquidambar orientalis, Juglans (Juglandoideae), Juglans regia, Morus (Moraceae), Morus alba, Pinus brutia (Pinaceae), Pinus nigra, Platanus (Platanaceae), Platanus orientalis, Populus alba (Salicaceae), Quercus (Fagaceae), Quercus calliprinos, Quercus ithaburensis, Salix (Salicaceae), and Tilia (Malvaceae).
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