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Large winged insect with pinchers - Corydalus cornutus

Large winged insect with pinchers - Corydalus cornutus
Exeland, Rusk County, Wisconsin, USA
July 6, 2008
Found this at our cabin in the woods. Is this harmful to wood? Scares me.

Just found one of these sunba
Just found one of these sunbathing on my back porch.

Can you spare some change?
Wow, lots of insects begging for money in today's posts. This one was more successful than the poor Jerusalem cricket that netted only a penny:-)

Female Eastern Dobsonfly
see guide. Not harmful to wood, but they can bite.

This is the first Wisconsin image of this species for us (according to our data map), so this should be moved to the guide. Here's how: Click on "tag" under your picture. Follow the link I gave you above (the word "guide") to the correct section of this site. Click on "Images" tab at the top of guide page, then click on "move tagged images".

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