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Bostrichidae or Scolytinae? - Cnesinus strigicollis

Bostrichidae or Scolytinae? - Cnesinus strigicollis
Medford, (~15 miles east of Philadelphia, PA) Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
May 27, 2007
Bostrichidae or Scolytinae? I never learned how to tell the difference between these two.

size ~4mm, but I need to confirm

came to UV light

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Bostrichidae or Scolytinae? - Cnesinus strigicollis Bostrichidae or Scolytinae? - Cnesinus strigicollis Bostrichidae or Scolytinae? - Cnesinus strigicollis

Moved
Moved from Hylesinini.

Moved

Bothrosternini
Maybe, but I´m sure that it is Scolytinae.

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

One difference lies in the antennae.
Rather than a simple ball or spindle terminus (scolytines), bostrichids have a rangier series of expanded antennomeres.

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