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Photo#1140124
Longhorn Beetle - Megaderus bifasciatus

Longhorn Beetle - Megaderus bifasciatus
Port Lavaca, Calhoun County, Texas, USA
September 16, 2015
Size: 1.25 in.

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What kind of habitat?
can you describe it a little?

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Looks like this is a new genu
Looks like this is a new genus for Bugguide, or am I looking in the wrong spot. Has there been a nomenclature change maybe?

 
According to ITIS,
Taxonomy has not been changed. I started a guide page, if you would like to add any more info.
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I don't have anything more to
I don't have anything more to add, just amazed that we could still be adding Cerambycid genera at this point.

 
Beat me to it
I just looked at the ITIS page too

Megaderus bifasciatus
Nice find.

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