Larva of Osmoderma eremita. A Habitus and B Raster (ventral spiny area of the last abdominal segment). Note the lack of the palidia (the two longitudinal series of spinules occurring in the raster of most fruit chafers) and the end of the legs provided with a short and stout claw (see text for detailed explanation). (A photo by Sonia Dourlot, from Dubois 2009 B photo by Benjamin Calmont).

 
 
  Part of: Maurizi E, Campanaro A, Chiari S, Maura M, Mosconi F, Sabatelli S, Zauli A, Audisio P, Carpaneto GM (2017) Guidelines for the monitoring of Osmoderma eremita and closely related species. In: Carpaneto GM, Audisio P, Bologna MA, Roversi PF, Mason F (Eds) Guidelines for the Monitoring of the Saproxylic Beetles protected in Europe. Nature Conservation 20: 79-128. https://doi.org/10.3897/natureconservation.20.12658