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Longhorn Beetle

Xystrocera globosa


This is an Longhorn Beetle that i found on jack-fruit tree in my backyard. This beetle is brownish in color (with 2 black stripes on its back), and it has long antennae. The size of this beetle is about 18 mm in length. It also known as Monkeypod Round-Headed Borer.


- Spotted on jack-fruit tree in my backyard. Usually, it can be found around the garden and bushes.


- This Longhorn Beetle is from the Cerambycidae family.
* Kingdom: Animalia
* Phylum: Arthropoda
* Class: Insecta
* Order: Coleoptera
* Suborder: Polyphaga
* Family: Cerambycidae
* Subfamily: Cerambycinae
* Tribe: Xystrocerini
* Genus: Xystrocera
* Species: X. globosa

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Lanzz 7 years ago

Thank you Rob Thacker... :)

RobThacker 7 years ago

Nice series Lanzz, got to love Longhorn Beetles!

Lanzz 7 years ago

Thanks LaurenZarate. Finally, i got a clear shots of this Longhorn Beetle...

LaurenZarate 7 years ago

Nice shots!

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Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

Spotted on Jun 26, 2014
Submitted on Jun 26, 2014

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