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Anelaphus villosus (Fabricius) and A parallelus (Newman) can be accurately distinguished using body measurements & DNA barcoding


Notes on Cerambycidae from Missouri.


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Sticking with A. villosus ...


Greetings...


Anelaphus parallelus, for now!


Anelaphus villosus


it looks like it is Anelaphus villosus


Don't give up on Anelaphus


Anelaphus villosus, female


I would suggest that this is...


Anelaphus parallelus


Anelaphus villosus...


Anelaphus villosus...


Good chance it is Anelaphus pumilus or Anelaphus villosus.


Anelaphus parallelus


Moved tentatively


Anelaphus villosus --det. Doug Yanega


Your Longhorn!


Anelaphus villosus (Fabricius), parallelus form


with parallelus sunk into villosus, things are way easier...


Frassed: no further id potential here, but likely villosus


Anelaphus villosus


Anelaphus villosus, female


or maybe


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I would suggest Anelaphus parallelus...


Anelaphus parallelus


Anelaphus villosus


Anelaphus pumilus


Yep - Anelaphus villosus...


Anelaphus pumilus


Anelaphus villosus (Fabricius) 1792


Probably Anelaphus villosus


Anelaphus villosus


Anelaphus (parallelus or villosus)


Agree with Anelaphus villosus...


female A. pumilus --det. D. Yanega


Moved


Anelaphus


I believe this is...


I changed my mind...


At first I was thinking...


Anelaphus villosus...


Not Elaphidion mucronatum...


Anelaphus pumilus


Photo is a little too dark...


This specimen does appear to be Anelaphus parallelus...


This looks like...


I believe...


Anelaphus close to villosus or parallelus


subfamily cerambycinae


Intermediate forms