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Tragosoma pilosicorne? - Tragosoma harrisii - female

Tragosoma pilosicorne? - Tragosoma harrisii - Female
Crescent Lake area, Oregon, USA
July 28, 2010
Size: 33 mm
Found this longhorn on pine tree.
Need a second opinion. Thank you!

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Tragosoma pilosicorne? - Tragosoma harrisii - female Tragosoma pilosicorne? - Tragosoma harrisii - female Tragosoma pilosicorne? - Tragosoma harrisii - female Tragosoma pilosicorne? - Tragosoma harrisii - female

I think this one is a confusi
I think this one is a confusing due to the fact that the hair on the pronotum has been rubbed off to a certain extent. I believe this is T. depsarium.

 
Thanks, Ian!
I agree.

Moved tentatively -- will seek confirmation
Moved from ID Request.

 
Thanks!
I have many specimens of Tragosoma depsarium, but they have a bunch of hairs on pronotum to compare this one. That's why I came up with Tragosoma pilosicorne :)

 
those pilosicorne seem quite distinctive, with their wide heads
on the other hand, the thoracic 'kosmy' are easily worn off, so i wouldn't worry too much about the pilosity

 
wide heads...
that's a good call! I agree! Thanks a lot, Vassili!

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