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Genus Elaphidion

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Cerambycidae - Elaphidion mucronatum Elaphidion mucronatum or Parelaphidion aspersum - Elaphidion mucronatum Spined Oak Borer - Elaphidion mucronatum Spined Oak Borer Beetle - Elaphidion mucronatum Spined Oak Borer - Elaphidion mucronatum Spined Oak Borer - Elaphidion mucronatum Cerambycid ID - Elaphidion mucronatum ? - Elaphidion mucronatum long horned beetle.  - Elaphidion mucronatum Longhorn - Elaphidion mucronatum Long-horned Beetle - Elaphidion mucronatum Long-horned Beetle - Elaphidion mucronatum beetle - Elaphidion mucronatum UID Cerambycidae  - Elaphidion mucronatum Cerambycid at blacklight ? Elaphidion mucronatum - Elaphidion mucronatum Cerambycid at blacklight ? Elaphidion mucronatum - Elaphidion mucronatum Elaphidion mucronatum ? - Elaphidion mucronatum Long-horned Beetle - Elaphidion mucronatum Long-horned Beetle - Elaphidion mucronatum Brown Beetle - Elaphidion mucronatum resembles Elaphidiini, particularly Anelaphus - Elaphidion mucronatum Parelaphidion aspersum? - Elaphidion mucronatum Elaphidion mucronatum - female

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