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Long-Horned Beetle

Cerambycidae

Description:

Longhorned Beetle, common name for any member of a family of beetles known for their long antennae, or "horns," and the wood-boring habits of the larvae.

Habitat:

The larvae are known as roundheaded wood borers. Longhorned beetles live throughout the world. There are about 20,000 species, more than 1200 of which occur in North America.

Notes:

ID suggested by asergio

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2 Comments

Sergio Monteiro
Sergio Monteiro 10 years ago

I think it is a long-horned beetle. And yes, they are a plague.

East End aka Lorelei
East End aka Lorelei 10 years ago

Stink bug, perhaps? They're spreading all over the country unfortunately

PamelaSmith
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PamelaSmith

California, USA

Spotted on Sep 21, 2006
Submitted on Feb 21, 2012

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