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Red-headed Ash Borer

Neoclytus acuminatus

Description:

Not sure what these suckers are, but I've probably found 100 of them in / around my house within the last few months, especially when it was mid-summer.

Habitat:

They seem to like my curtains. Never seen one in the wild.

Notes:

These guys can fly, don't sting or bite, and are everywhere. They're really docile and allow you to pick them up without any fight. I call them Crickabees because they have legs like a cricket (but don't jump) and stripes like a bee (but don't sting.) Anyone know what these are??

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AndyNick
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AndyNick

Kettering, Ohio, USA

Spotted on Dec 18, 2012
Submitted on Dec 18, 2012

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