Abia lonicerae  is a rare sawfly that seems to occur throughout the Netherlands .
The species seems active between April and Juli .
A. lonicerae larvae feed on .
- Honeysuckle (Lonicerae)
- Snowberry (Symphoricarpos)
In the garden grows a Honeysuckle plant.
A. lonicerae is difficult to differentiate from A. aenea, the difference being the enlarge underside of the 3rd and 4th antennal segments, see:
1. D & JP Balmer: A. lonicerae
2. D & JP Balmer: A. lonicerae
The segments are more swollen in females than in males, see:
1. Steven Falk: Abia lonicerae
References1 Nederlands Soortenregister
3 Liston, Andrew & Savina, Henri & Nagy, Zoltán & Sonet, Gontran & Boevé, Jean-Luc. (2014). Taxonomy, phylogeny and host plants of some Abia sawflies (Hymenoptera, Cimbicidae). Zootaxa. 3821. 125-132. 10.11646/zootaxa.3821.1.9.