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Lepturinae maybe? - Piodes coriacea

Lepturinae maybe? - Piodes coriacea
Colockum Research Unit - WSU, Chelan County, Washington, USA
May 13, 2006
Size: ~ 17 mm
Collected by WSU student. Org. from WSU Collection. Lepturinae maybe in Rhagiini? Confirmation/correction, and further placement would be appreciated.

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Lepturinae maybe? - Piodes coriacea Lepturinae maybe? - Piodes coriacea Lepturinae maybe? - Piodes coriacea

neat thing...

 
Thank you V..
It is pretty cool, I have another from the same location. But different date, collector, and smaller is size. Appears to be the opposite sex of this one. Do you want me to post it as well?

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