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Genus Enaphalodes - Oak Borer

E. hispinicornis - Enaphalodes hispicornis Pale Longhorn - Enaphalodes rufulus Brown Longhorn - Enaphalodes hispicornis Enaphalodes atomarius Red Oak Borer? - Enaphalodes rufulus Cerambycid - Enaphalodes rufulus Red Oak Borer - Enaphalodes rufulus Longhorn beetle - Enaphalodes atomarius
Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Coleoptera (Beetles)
Suborder Polyphaga (Water, Rove, Scarab, Long-horned, Leaf and Snout Beetles)
No Taxon (Series Cucujiformia)
Superfamily Chrysomeloidea (Long-horned and Leaf Beetles)
Family Cerambycidae (Long-horned Beetles)
Subfamily Cerambycinae
Tribe Elaphidiini
Genus Enaphalodes (Oak Borer)
Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Romaleum, in part; Hypermallus
Explanation of Names
Enaphalodes Haldeman 1847
Numbers
8 spp. in our area(1), 10 total(2)
Size
20-35 mm
Identification
Brown or reddish black, sparsely pubescent, except for dense patches of white pubescence on head, pronotum and most of elytra. Head coarsely punctate between eyes. Antennae longer than body, each segment with a spine. Pronotum coarsely and densely punctate. Elytra coarsely but not densely punctate, with punctures finer toward the apex.(2)
key to spp. in(3)
Range
NA to Colombia; in our area, 4 spp. are rather widespread in e. NA, 3 spp. restricted to sw. US, and 1 sp. to FL(1)
Food
on oak