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Cerambycidae, dorsal - Tetraopes femoratus

Cerambycidae, dorsal - Tetraopes femoratus
Adel - Prairie Seed Production Plots, Dallas County, Iowa, USA
August 31, 2005
Are these Tetraopes annulatus?

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Cerambycidae, dorsal - Tetraopes femoratus Cerambycidae, lateral - Tetraopes femoratus

Moved from Milkweed Longhorns.

Although lacking the red femora and antennal scape usually seen in this species, the prominent thoracic umbone distinguishes it from T. annulatus.


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