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Photo#1210098
Xyleborus dispar - Xylosandrus germanus

Xyleborus dispar - Xylosandrus germanus
Town of Oregon Park, Dane County, Wisconsin, USA
April 14, 2012
Size: ca 2.2 mm
Specimen was crawling on a bare elm log when collected.

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Moved

Looks more like
Xylosandrus germanus. Take a look at the front coxae (or post a ventral pic). They are separated in Xylosandrus and touching in Anisandrus (formerly in Xyleborus).

 
Marc: You're correct. The fro
Marc: You're correct. The front coxae are separated, so it must be Xylosandrus (and probably germanus). Though it looks a good deal like the introduced X. crassiusculus. Good call!

I'll post a ventral photo of it.

Moved for expert review to Scolytinae
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