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DSA longhorn - Lepturobosca chrysocoma

DSA longhorn - Lepturobosca chrysocoma
Machais River, Washington County, Maine, USA
June 25, 2010
Photographed during one of the field trips of the 2010 annual meeting of the Dragonfly Society of the Americas, which was based in Orono.

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Thank you Robert! I had actually posted these photos last night as part of a discussion I was having on iNat with Francesco Vitali; I had misidentified yet another cerambycid as Etorofus plebejus, he had corrected it to T. mutabilis, and I was asking him why that one lacked the yellow pubescence covering the thorax like the other "T. mutabilis" that I'd photographed. He suggested that I was seeing pollen, and I posted these photos to show him that it was more than just that. Now it makes more sense!

 
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The lepturines can be more difficult than they at first appear due to so many having very similar body forms and color patterns.

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