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Reference on Strangalia solitaria


Strangalia famelica solitaria


Strangalia famelica, male


Roger--so Strangalia famelica solitaria, or "S. solitaria"


Not Strangalia. The only Stra


Strangalia famelica?


Strangalia famelica solitaria


Strangalia famelica


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Strangalia famelica solitaria


Strangalia


Male Strangalia famelica Newm


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Strangalia famelica solitaria


Strangalia famelica


Strangalia luteicornis


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Strangalia famelica famelica


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Yes, this is the eastern subspecies


Lepturine longhorn beetle


We would have suggested


Hmm...


Not an expert


Strangalia


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In my opinion...


Yes...


Strangalia famelica solitaria


It's possible...


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striped thorax


More than one species...


ID


Strangalia famelica


Strangalia famelica


Strangalia famelica solitaria


Strangalia famelica


Strangalia famelica


Strangalia famelica


Moved, Strangalia famelica


Moved, Strangalia famelica


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Take a look at...


Yep...


Moved, Strangalia famelica


The other longhorn is...


Moved, Strangalia famelica


Moved, Strangalia famelica


male Strangalia famelica, i suppose


strangalia famelica?


Strangalia famelica?


Strangalia


Looks like the stripes on the pronotum


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Probably


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Looks to be male


It is


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female S. famelica --det. Doug Yanega


male S. famelica --det. Doug Yanega


must be famelica, but the indicated size is unrealistic


female Strangalia famelica


Doug Yanega: "S. solitaria; also out of range for famelica"


Unknown bug


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Thanks


Your horseshoe markings say Strangalia


No, actually one of the Cerambycids


Two species...


Strangalia famelica...


Black stripes on red pointed pronotum


Strangalia famelica


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Thanks for the ID


Strangalia famelica solitaria...