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Long-horn flower Beetle ? - Strangalepta abbreviata

Long-horn flower Beetle ? - Strangalepta abbreviata
Three Mile Bay, White Lake, Lanark, Ontario, Canada
July 5, 2018

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Long-horn flower Beetle ? - Strangalepta abbreviata Long-horn flower Beetle ? - Strangalepta abbreviata

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Moved from ID Request.

Cerambycidae
Maybe this one:



The photo should be cropped closer to "just the bug." Only you and the editors/experts have the ability to view the full-size image.

 
OK
I cropped it some, but any more than the 2nd shot and it pixelates. I don't know how to delete the first image. :-(

 
Ken
How about Strangalepta abbreviata?

 
Isn’t that...
...what I suggested above? :)

 
:-)
I guess I focused on your 'maybe' and continued looking. Thanks for your patience.

 
Cropping (without resizing) should not affect image quality.
All you're doing is cutting off the excess; the part containing the bug is not altered in any way.

I went ahead and cropped the first image as a demonstration. I don't think it looks bad at all.

 
OK
... my eyes, I guess. Thanks.

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