Other Common Names
Tooth-necked Long Horn Beetle
Similar to P. laticollis. More brown, base of pronotum narrower, elytra more punctate, eyes more closely spaced. Metasternum of female is hairy, smooth in laticollis.
Eastern North America: north to Quebec, south to Florida, west to Texas, Minnesota.
Pine forests, presumably.
May-August (Northeast). June-August (eastern North Carolina)
Larvae feed in dead pine longs, stumps. Attracted to lights.
Prionus laticollis, Prionus imbricornis
Dillon, p. 580, plate LVII (1)
Yanega, p. 27, fig. 10 (2)