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black, yellow and gold insect on Goldenrod - Locust Borer? - Megacyllene robiniae

black, yellow and gold insect on Goldenrod - Locust Borer? - Megacyllene robiniae
Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, USA
September 29, 2012

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Yes, Megacyllene robiniae
The only other longicorn that is really close is the hickory borer (same genus), and that one comes out in spring.
Cheers,

 
Thank you, Jeff.
Thank you, Jeff.

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