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Sachalinobia rugipennis rugipennis (Newman) - Sachalinobia rugipennis

Sachalinobia rugipennis rugipennis (Newman) - Sachalinobia rugipennis
Berthierville, Berthier County, Quebec, Canada
June 4, 2004
Size: 13 mm
This nice fellow has been taken by Michel Racine. There is no habitat note on the label.

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Moved

many thanks again, Claude --great addition
interestingly, the other, e. Asian congener is very common in parts of e. Siberia, and frequents flowers (apparently, not the case here)

 
I can see
bits of pollen around the head in the photo showing the underside. I don't know if it is flower pollen or tree pollen. Yanega has spruce and pine for the larval feeding habits.

Moved
Moved from Lepturini.

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