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Rhagium inquisitor - female

Rhagium inquisitor - Female
Gold Bar, Snohomish County, Washington, USA
April 22, 2012
Size: ~18 mm
My what short horns you have(for a long horn). Should be a female Rhagium inquisitor, confirmation would be appreciated. Taken airborne, fast flier...
Thanks, Gary

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Rhagium inquisitor - female Rhagium inquisitor - female

inquisitor it the only one in the w. hemisphere...
...and it's definitely a female, with the coxites showing

Moved from Rhagium.

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