Rebuild the life cycle of the great Capricorn beetle (Cerambix cerdo). Reorder the following steps in chronological order.
It feeds on wood fibres, and takes 3 years to complete its development, during which it digs large tunnels
At this stage, it can fly and continues to hang around the trees where it has developed, not moving far away from them
The eggs are laid under the bark of old trees
At the end of the three years, it digs a big cell where the transformation into a nymph takes place