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Broad-necked Root Borer

Prionus laticollis


Very dark. Elytra have irregular punctures, and each elytron has three indistinct longitudinal ridges. Pronotum has three blunt lateral teeth on each side. Antennae have 12-13 segments.


Eastern North America: Quebec, west to Ontario, Minnesota, Oklahoma in deciduous forests.

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North Carolina

Spotted on Aug 12, 2010
Submitted on Dec 17, 2011

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