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Cerambycid - Xylotrechus convergens

Cerambycid - Xylotrechus convergens
Horner Park, Richmond Hill (N43º52'20.0"W079º24'45.3"elev.192m), York Region, Ontario, Canada
July 6, 2008
Size: 11 mm
Anyone recognize this Xylotrechus? Its pattern differs from that seen in other images in the guide. A few of these were found on a dying hardwood (probably birch) tree in the forest.

Moved
Moved from Xylotrechus.

We would suggest X. convergens
Looks like it's not yet in the guide! Yanega fig 114. Let's see what the experts say.

 
Not sure I'm
an expert but I agree on X. convergens

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