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Flower longhorn - Stictoleptura canadensis

Flower longhorn - Stictoleptura canadensis
Edmundston, Madawaska County, New Brunswick, Canada
July 18, 2010

Stictoleptura c. canadensis (Olivier)
Correct, this is Stictoleptura c. canadensis (Olivier).

Flower longhorn female antennae
So the females have banded antennae and the males have solid black?

I don't think that the banded
I don't think that the banded antennae indicate the difference between male and female... Could an expert answer this question...
BTW.. you have a great photo site at Flicker..

banded antennae
The normal colouration of Stictoleptura c. canadensis (Olivier) is with banded antennae (male and female). Rarely the antennae are all black.

Thank you
I put your comment on the info page.

I think you're right
I looked at more images in the guide and it doesn't appear to work that way for the antennae. Oh well it was worth a try.

Thanks for the kind words. You have an awesome collection of your own at pbase!

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