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Longhorn beetle

Batocera rubus

Description:

About 5cm long, black with 2 red spots at the back and also some white spots

Habitat:

1 Species ID Suggestions

thaptor
thaptor 4 years ago
Longhorn beetle
Batocera rubus


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7 Comments

JordiPrats
JordiPrats 4 years ago

Thanks again thaptor!

thaptor
thaptor 4 years ago

I compared images of parryi, they all differ in:
- 2nd spot on elytra not obviously larger than 1st or 3rd;
- elytra shininig in posteriour half.

JordiPrats
JordiPrats 7 years ago

Batocera cf. celebiana?

JordiPrats
JordiPrats 7 years ago

this is the best shot at top, not so good quality, thanks for your help

bayucca
bayucca 7 years ago

Might be, but Batocera parry has usually not a separated spot at that location and the spots are very regular. That's why I wanted to see the top of the beetle. Personally I am sceptic about B. parry (not parri).

bayucca
bayucca 7 years ago

Cerambycidae, Laminae, Batocerini, Batocera sp.. Any shot from the top to see the markings more clearly?

JordiPrats
Spotted by
JordiPrats

KL, Malaysia

Spotted on Sep 24, 2014
Submitted on Sep 24, 2014

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