Lytta zubovi is a poorly known sexually dimorphic species of blister beetles recently described from Crimea. The female, until now known only from a photograph, is described and the first instar larva obtained from eggs is described and figured using scanning electron microscopy (SEM). Larval morphology greatly supports the previous tentative placement in the genus Lytta
Bologna, M.A., Nikitsky, N.b., DI GIULIO, A. (2015). Additional information on the enigmatic Lytta zubovi (Coleoptera: Meloidae):description of the female and first instar larva with remarks on its phylogenetic relationships. THE ITALIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY, 82(2), 194-201 [10.1080/11250003.2014.986227].