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Photo#180104
Lagocheirus araneiformis

Lagocheirus araneiformis
West Summerland Key, Florida Keys, Florida, USA
February 9, 2008
This creature was fairly large. It is on the side of my tent at the Winter Star Party. I was not the only person to notice it, or to photograph it. It stayed on the tent for over an hour.

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Lagocheirus araneiformis Lagocheirus araneiformis Lagocheirus araneiformis

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Nice...
...this is Lagocheirus araneiformis, a widely distributed Neotropical species that just sneaks into southern Florida (as subspecies stroheckeri). It breeds in tourist tree (Bursera simarubra).

 
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Thank you for the ID.

Not exactly sure but...
Here is a starting place...

Flat-Faced Longhorned beetle

http://bugguide.net/node/view/14524/bgimage

 
Thanks for the Pointer
Thanks,it is in the group, but I couldn't find the species. :-(

 
Yes
Its in the subfamily Lamiinae, but I am unfamiliar with Keys species, don't know if this site will help, but it has the mainland material covered.

http://www.fsca-dpi.org/

 
Thanks for the Link.
Thanks.

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