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One body section, long feelers, six legs, bluish grey in color. - Eburia distincta

One body section, long feelers, six legs, bluish grey in color. - Eburia distincta
Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida, USA

Eburia distincta [opinion shared by Mike Thomas]
Moved from Eburia.

Ivory-marked beetle.
This is one of the "ivory-marked beetles" in the genus Eburia, possibly E. distincta, but not positive. They are in the longhorned woodborer family Cerambycidae. Members of this genus are known for sometimes emerging from furniture or floorboards many years after the manufacture of the wood product.

 
Nice shot of a pretty beetle.
I rotated and cropped in preparation for moving to the guide page.

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