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Cerambycidae trapped in multiple-funnel traps - Stictoleptura canadensis

Cerambycidae trapped in multiple-funnel traps - Stictoleptura canadensis
Merrit-Princeton,, British Columbia, Canada
August 9, 2011

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Stictoleptura canadensis cribripennis
.

 
I thought the previous two we
I thought the previous two were Pygoleptura and this last one was Stictoleptura. I will provide with more, specially sizes. Thanks!

 
The pronotal shape
is different and Pygoleptura do not have annulate antennae. Elytral color varies quite a bit in Stictoleptura.

 
Thanks Michael
Thanks Michael

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