Treasures of Mt. Takao

Takao 599 museum has all kinds of animals inhabit in Mt. Takao in various ways of exhibitions such as seasonal wild plants preserved in acrylic and all kinds of animals specimens inhibits in Mt. Takao. On the "NATURE WALL," stuffed animals are displayed and shows the movie to introduce the dynamic nature of Mt. Takao.

Aredolpona succedanea
Aredolpona succedanea Cerambycidae
Main region: Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Okinawa and Rishiri Island.
Found in forests from flatlands to mountains.
Japanese name Akahana-kamikiri literally meaning red flower cerambycidae was named because most of body parts excluding head are red-brown.
Are often seen in Mt. Takao and it is easy to find with its striking body color.
The thorax of some species is black.
Antennae are shorter than body with saw-toothed tips.
Are seen from midsummer and fly to grasslands and woods and feed on pollen and nectar of flowers including angelica pubescens and hydrangea paniculata.
Larvae feed on deadwoods, fallen trees and logged timbers yezo spruce and abies sachalinensis var. sachalinensis.

●Length  about 12 to 22 mm
●Adult Flight Season  July to about September
※Quotation from Mount Takao formula application
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