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Photo#400999
Small Cerambycid - Grammoptera - male - female

Small Cerambycid - Grammoptera - Male Female
Railroad Bridge Park, Sequim, Clallam County, Washington, USA
May 22, 2010
Size: ~6mm
The Nootka Roses (Rosa nutkana, a native) around the Railroad Bridge Park building hosted many of these small greenish-black cerambycids. Here's a pair mating.

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Small Cerambycid - Grammoptera - male - female Small Cerambycid - Grammoptera - male - female Small Cerambycid - Grammoptera - male - female

Doug Yanega says: "may be the dark form of haematites"

Moved
Moved from Grammoptera.

Moved
Moved from Longhorned Beetles.

Check Grammoptera
Very common on flowers in the west at this time of year.

 
Certainly similar
It sure looks like the bugguide images of Grammoptera subargentata.

 
pls move to the genus page for the time being
...and edit forms to get rid of the redundant 'WA' thing. thanks

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