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Photo#55704
which longhorn beetle? - Astyleiopus variegatus

which longhorn beetle? - Astyleiopus variegatus
Jim Thorpe, PA 18229, Carbon County, Pennsylvania, USA
June 3, 2006
Size: 1/2 inch approx

Moved
Moved from Liopinus.

Sternidius variegatus...
...for sure, and not in the genus Liopinus.

looks like Liopinus variegatus
"Variable coloration. Light/dark spots at rear (apex) of elytra are distinctive" (1) On your specifmen/photo they are a little less "distinctive", but I'm still fairly sure it's L. variegatus. see , just move to Guide page.

 
Thanks ^_^ the only diffe
Thanks ^_^

the only difference seems to be mine has a rough wing cover and the photo on bug guide seems smooth-but maybe it's just the angles of the photos. (and mine isn't nearly as good-the beetle would NOT sit still)

Jo

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