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Dimorphic Flower Longhorn Beetles - Anastrangalia laetifica - male - female

Dimorphic Flower Longhorn Beetles - Anastrangalia laetifica - Male Female
Goldendale, Klickitat County, Washington, USA
June 26, 2011
Anastrangalia laetifica on Frasera albicaulis var. columbiana
The frasera flowers were attracting a wide variety of insects. These Flower Longhorns were the most common, though, both on the frasera and on other flowers in the area.

Note there is a 3rd insect clinging to the female's hind leg.

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Dimorphic Flower Longhorn Beetles - Anastrangalia laetifica - male - female Dimorphic Flower Longhorn Beetles - Anastrangalia laetifica - male - female Dimorphic Flower Longhorn Beetles - Anastrangalia laetifica - male - female

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