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Photo#19904
Metallic Wood-boring Beetle - Agrilus cyanescens

Metallic Wood-boring Beetle - Agrilus cyanescens
Harvard, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
June 9, 2005
Size: 6.5mm

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Metallic Wood-boring Beetle - Agrilus cyanescens Metallic Wood-boring Beetle - Agrilus cyanescens

I sent this specimen off to b
I sent this specimen off to be confirmed and Dr. Hespenheide did id it also as a female Agrilus cyanescens.

Hey Tom, this specimen looks
Hey Tom, this specimen looks like a Agrilus cyanescens. Its a exotic species that originated in Europe but now it can be found in several Northeastern states.

 
Tom, this is an Agrilus cyane
Tom, this is an Agrilus cyanescens (Ratzberg).

 
A. cyanescens
Thanks Joshua, specimens help make the ID accurate. These were common at a few locations for a week or so.

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