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Longhorned Beetle

Aegomorphus modestus

Description:

Relatively small insize, mottled brown in color with paired zigzag or "M" shaped marks on elytra (wing covers).

Habitat:

Attracted to lights on a school building in a rural town. Deciduous forest broken by lawns, fields, and residential areas.

Notes:

This is normally a very cryptic insect.

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BugEric
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BugEric

Deerfield, Massachusetts, USA

Spotted on Jul 28, 2009
Submitted on Mar 7, 2013

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