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Flower Longhorn - Lepturobosca chrysocoma

Flower Longhorn - Lepturobosca chrysocoma
White Pine Creek, Sanders County, Montana, USA
July 26, 2005
Flower is Dogbane (I think).

Moved
Moved from Lepturobosca.

Moved
Thanks for the help.

 
moved - why not to species page?
:-)

Two opinions - move it!
Maybe it seemed to you, that both were speaknig of different species - but the weren´t:
Generic name is Lepturobosca, Cosmosalia is a subgenus of it.

Ohh, I also hate all these recent name changes in longhorns - difficult to see throuh!

:-)

Reminds us of
our beetle and the flower does look like Spreading Dogbane, Apocynum androsaemifolium

 
Cosmosalia?
Looks just like Cosmosalia chrysocoma that I have seen in Maine. Don't know if that species occurs in Montana but the genus is probably right.

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