- Syns. Leptura rubra, Corymbia rubra
- Location: Cambridge, Gwydir Street.
- Date: 26 July 2014
- The female is red throughout the thorax and abdomen.
- Juveniles often found on various pines, firs and larches. On dead wood and stumps. Adults visit flowers for nectar and pollen.
- Differs from P. livida (above) by its ochre tibiae and tarsi.
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