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Longhorn Beetle

Chlorophorus trifasciatus

Description:

On Thapsia sp. in dry, snow melt river bed

Habitat:

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9 Comments

arlanda
arlanda 6 years ago

nice!

craigwilliams
craigwilliams 7 years ago

Si, si, lo es. ¡Muchas gracias mariajo!

mariajo
mariajo 7 years ago

Escarabajo longicorne

Chlorophorus trifasciatus

craigwilliams
craigwilliams 7 years ago

Thank you all btw...... forgetting my manners ;)

craigwilliams
craigwilliams 7 years ago

Seems to have more of the overall shape of the Locust borer and markings closer to Thanasimus. Hmmm.........

Ashish Nimkar
Ashish Nimkar 7 years ago

Hi Chun verify head and neck part...
http://www.chebucto.ns.ca/Environment/NH...

ChunXingWong
ChunXingWong 7 years ago

Probably an Ant Beetle (Thanasimus genus).

Ashish Nimkar
Ashish Nimkar 7 years ago

It can be a Locust borer beetle

DoinaRussu
DoinaRussu 7 years ago

very nice!

Níjar, Andalucía, Spain

Lat: 36.88, Long: -2.01

Spotted on Apr 16, 2011
Submitted on Oct 16, 2011

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