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A new species of Prionus (Homaesthesis) from the Monahan Sandhills of western Texas.


Two new species of Prionus (Homaesthesis) from the southwestern United States, with notes on other species.


Surveys and habitat assessment of endemic insects at the Monahans Dune System, Final report prepared for the TPWD.


Revision of the American species of the genus Prionus Geoffroy, 1762 (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Prioninae, Prionini)


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Prionus types in Larimer County


has Anoplophora glabripennis been found in RI?


Thank you - so far 2 differen


Common names


Clarifications...


Prionus imbricornis or Prionus laticollus - Female


Thanks! Bug Guide has two pages which might explain??


prionus imbricornis


Prionus imbricornis- Female


Prionus imbricornis- Tile Hor


How can you be sure?


Cerambicidae - Possible Prionus


Prionus


Prionus


Tile-horned Prionus


Prionus


Female Prionus californicus?


genus Prionus


Prionus californicus


Prionus laticollis


Prionus


Prionus


I think this is Prionus latic


Yes, Prionus.


Prionus californicus.


A Cerambycid (longhorn beetle)


Different prionus sp.


Prionus


Prionus


Prionus heroicus Semenov 1907


Prionus californicus Mots. 1845


Prionus pocularis


Prionus californicus- Female


Prionus sp. It seems it has e


Prionus pocularis - Male


Prionus pocularis - Male


Prionus californicus Motschul


Prionus californicus Motschul


prionus californicus female


Prionus imbricornis


Derobrachus


Prionus imbricornis - male


Prionus imbricornis - male


...despite being named for California...


...Nebraska has several interesting species of Prionus...


Species of Prionus?


Prionus


I have 4 of these at home. Th


Prionus pocularis


Prionus sp.


Prionus laticollis?


Tile-horned Prionus


Prionus


I think it is Prionus laticollis.


Prionus imbricornis


Prionus laticollis


Prionus Beetle?


Prionus pocularis


Prionus californicus


What you have there is a fema


Prionus?


It's Got To Be


Prionus


Prionus integer LeConte -- D. Yanega det.


Prionus californicus -- D. Yanega det.


Prionus californicus -- D. Yanega det.


Prionus californicus -- D. Yanega det.


♀ Prionus pocularis -- enough detail to be sure; good job


oh! i see...


A female Prionus heroicus


ID


ID


Yes.


Tile horned prionus


Prionus californicus


back on topic...


tough one


There is one native Prionus in California:


Prionus sp.


Prionus


Not Prionus imbricornis...


Prionus sp.


Longhorn yes, Prionus no.


Prionus sp.


Definately a Prionus spp., bu


Prionus sp. maybe?


Prionus


several Prionus spp. in NM


P. pocularis


Prionus imbricornis


Tile-horned Prionus


Very interesting beetle


i am inclined to say Prionus


Tile-horned Prionus


Long-horned Beetle - Prionus californicus


Prionus sp.


this is Prionus


Prionus sp.


Prionus sp.


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not sure, how about Prionus sp.?


another Cape sighting


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Prionus laticollis


Prionus laticollis


Prionus sp.


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Prionus laticollis


Prionus laticollis


I concur...


This is Prionus californicus


Prionus heroicus Semenov 1907


Prionus californicus


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Trichocnemis spiculatus spiculatus LeConte 1851


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Prionus laticollis


Prionus laticollis


Photo pretty dark but I think this is


Prionus sp.


Prionus laticollis


Prionus sp.


ID


Prionus heroicus Semenov 1907


Prionus is correct


Prionus laticollis


Prionid


Prionus imbricornis


Yes, Prionus is correct


Prionus laticollus


Prionus laticollis female


Prionus sp.


Prionus laticollis


Moved


Prionus sp.


not a roach


Prionus sp. (P. californicus?)


Prionus sp.


Prionus


Moved, Prionus californicus


Prionus californicus


Moved, Prionus sp.


No worries


Oops!


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Moved, Prionus sp.


How cool!


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Moved, Prionus sp.


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Moved for expert review to Prionus


Prionus imbricornis


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i think..


Moved, Prionus sp.


Cool, went to Brunneau last year...


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Prionus laticollis


Moved, Prionus sp.


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Long-horned Beetle


Moved for expert review to Prionus


Either species would make a new county record


Moved, Prionus sp.


Moved tentatively to Prionus californicus


Moved, Prionus californicus


Your basic Prionus californicus ~ male


Prionus


Moved, Prionus laticollis


Moved for expert review to Prionus


Moved for expert review to Prionus


Prionus laticollis?


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Moved, Prionus sp.


Prionus?


Moved, Prionus imbricornis


Ruptured / compressed Abdomen - Egg sac ejection


Moved, Prionus lecontei


Prionus lecontei - Male


ID confirmed by S.W. Lingafelter: "Prionus californicus"


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Moved; now that the genus is different you sure it's a female?


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please crop images so that the bug fills the frame


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no exact location?


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Prionus laticollis.


female Prionus


Actually...


Utah Extension service


Genus is Prionus.


Prionus fissicornis...


Prionus (s.str.) sp., male


California Root Borer


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Looks like a longhorn beetle


Prionus laticollis, methinks


Prionus laticollis


Prionus laticollis?


ID of Prionus laticollis


No, Broad-necked Root Borer instead


Prionus?


Thanks Blaine, this one was q


Moved


you try


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Prionus laticollis


Audubon insects book has many flaws


fem. Prionus (s.str.) sp., prob. P. californicus


How many spikes...


right


It can't be...


the size was without the ante


Moved


Prionus laticollis


genus Prionus


Tile-horned Prionus (male)…


Prionus ... maybe. Female.


Prionus sp.


Prionus imbricornis


Moved


Prionus sp.


I agree


Huge cerambycid


Re: Prionus


antennae?


male of Prionus heroicus...


Prionus sp.


it's still but a drizzle around here... stores open.


fem. Prionus, prob. laticollis


Yes, this is a male...


Longhorn beetle - Prionus sp.


Looks like a Prionus,


Prionus sp.


California Prionus Longhorned beetle


Prionus


This just in....


Best guess...


Prionus


male Prionus imbricornis


Prionus sp.


ID confirmed by M.C. Thomas: Prionus pocularis


Look through


Yes


Prionus sp


Prionus emarginatus --det. M.C. Thomas


Moved


Prionus


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Prionus sp.


Moved


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Prionus pocularis


if underground, has to be a Prionus --just a guess


Not Derobrachus


Speaking of large cerambycids.....


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Prionus imbricornis


I agree


Size


I'm certain that you'll find your beetle...


Prionus laticollis


No,


I just found some fly larvae


Prionus


Moved


Prionus laticollis


male Prionus imbricornis


male Prionus imbricornis


Looks similar


Prionus laticollis


Female Broad-necked Root Borer.


Prionus pocularis


Prionus


Prionus, rather


Moved


Prionus lecontei Lameere


Long-horned beetle


I think


I would have guessed


Cerambycidae


Prionus heroicus


Root borer.


try Prionus californicus


No... I believe this is a Pri


Moved


male Prionus; must be californicus


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attracted to lights?


I'll bet it's .


Prionus; please crop tight to facilitate identification


Prionus laticollis


as far as I can tell from this angle


Moved


Looks like


Moved


Prionus, but....


Prionus laticollis [E. sc. is restricted to s.FL & looks diff]


Yes.


Female Prionus, maybe?


Prionus laticollis


Prionus laticollis


Not an expert


Moved


Looks like...


Prionus sp.


Prionus laticollis


thanx for your detailed comment, Ian


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Doug Yanega: "prob. imbricornis ♂ , outside chance of debilis"


P. debilis ♂ -- Doug Yanega det.


Prionus heroicus


Prionus heroicus


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What to look for


oh! i see...


size & underground habitat suggest Prionus laticollis


Yes.


Moved


Male Prionus.


This is indeed a Prionus


There is a big Prionus out east also


Prionus californicus


Haha its not a roach.


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Yes.


I don't know, maybe another species of Prionus.


Maybe


It's a female


May not be dead.


male Prionus imbricornis


Moved


With that many antennal segments, probably Prionus imbricornis.


Prionus sp.


Prionus heroicus


definitely


Nice photo


Yes Prionus


How about


Habitat?


Longhorn beetle


Moved


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In Prionus pocularis...


Thank You


Thanks For The Confirmation


Yes...


Yes...


Prionus sp


Sorry...


Moved


Looks like...


Hard to say...


Looks like...


You mean


Prionus


You are right about


Prionus


Prionus


Moved


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Prionus pocularis


Prionus, probably pocularis


Yes.


I concur...


definitely in the genus Prion


ALB is not known from California...


Indeed he is! I'd love to h


male california prionus


Yes, Prionus


Start with Prionus.


Male Prionus laticollis.


Which is current,


looking at the insect with more detail, and a book.


Prionus sp.


prionus californicus


Beetle


looks right


longhorn beetle


You are not mistaken, Prionus is correct!


Large, twelve cubits? :-)


Prionus imbricornis


Range


17 segmented antenna


Yes.


Possibly the Tile-horned Prionus


hm


Root Borer


Not laticollis


Prionus laticollis?


Indeed it is


Root borer?


You beat me to it


Size


Tile-horned prionus


Big Beetle


Yes, but ....


Prionus


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