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Urographis-triang*ulifer? - Graphisurus fasciatus - female

Urographis-triang*ulifer? - Graphisurus fasciatus - Female
Nashua, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
April 24, 2005
Pupa taken 04/25/05 from under bark of oak log. Emerged in captivity.

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Urographis-triang*ulifer? - Graphisurus fasciatus - female Urographis-triangulifer? - Graphisurus fasciatus - female Urographis-triangulifer? - Graphisurus fasciatus - female Urographis-triangulifer? - Graphisurus fasciatus - female Urographis-triangulifer? - Graphisurus fasciatus - female

Moved
Moved from Urographis.

Re:Urographis-triangulifer?
As strong as the pronotal horns are I would look at Goes variegatus. I would also shy away from U.triangulifer because you found it in oak. (though, I've reared species I from wood they weren't supposed to be in before)The yellow uniform pubecence would also lead me to believe it is G.variegatus

 
don't think so
The most notable feature distinguishing this beetle from most cerambycids is the prominent ovipositor (pygidium?) and I see no sign of one on Goes variegatus in Yanega's Northeastern Longhorned Beetles. Also, I think it's my lighting setup that makes the pubescence seem so yellow. Under ambient light the beetle looks more brown/grey.