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Six Banded Longhorn - Dryobius sexnotatus

Six Banded Longhorn - Dryobius sexnotatus
Eastern, Oklahoma, USA
June 27, 2003
Size: aprox. 25mm
Dryobius sexnotatus
As I understand it these are rare in Missouri and Arkansas, however I do not know it this is true in Oklahoma.

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Six Banded Longhorn - Dryobius sexnotatus Six Banded Longhorn - Dryobius sexnotatus

They are rare pretty much everywhere...
Was your beetle found anywhere near old growth forest? They appear to be tied to such habitat...

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