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Photo#397143
Bark Beetle - Cnestus mutilatus

Bark Beetle - Cnestus mutilatus
Pearl River County, Mississippi, USA
May 17, 2010
Size: 3.2mm
Lindgren trap,Xylosandrus mutilatus (Id by Dr. Terence Schiefer.)
Camphor shot borer is common name and is a invasive species.

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Moved
Moved from Camphor Shot Borer.

 
We don't understand why a new page is
being created instead of just moving the old page over to the new genus??? We are losing all the information that has been connected to the old page this way. We suggest deleting this page, moving the images back to the old page, and moving that page wherever you think it should go.

 
Sorry I wasn't aware of the h
Sorry I wasn't aware of the hassle that I was creating. I will leave things like this up to the "page" experts for now on.

cood; i was waiting for this one to pop up on BG!

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

 
Thanks Ken for page and adding to
invasive list.

What happened here?
Where's the rest of the beetle? Did you cut it in half?!?!?

 
Strange one,looked through every page of Bark Beetles
twice and nothing close.

 
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I too am having trouble running it through keys in AB...wonder if it is something exotic that came in on wood?!?!

 
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