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Longhorn beetle - Microclytus compressicollis

Longhorn beetle - Microclytus compressicollis
Edmundston, Madawaska County, New Brunswick, Canada
June 1, 2012
Size: 6,7mm
Cyrtophorus verrucosus?

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Longhorn beetle - Microclytus compressicollis Longhorn beetle - Microclytus compressicollis

Microclytus compressicollis (Laporte & Gory)
Yes, Microclytus compressicollis (Laporte & Gory) is correct. Cyrtophorus verrucosus (Olivier) has an arching pronotum and pronounced "knobs" at the base of the elytra as in the linked photograph.

Moved tentatively
Moved from Microclytus.

super!!
Moved from Anaglyptini.

 
Thanks V. Microchytus compres
Thanks V. Microchytus compressicollis is mention for NB by Dr Majka in his book "Checklist of the Beetles of Maine, USA"

 
compressicollis is more likely indeed
both spp. look alike and the other one may occur in your area; i asked Dr Yanega to look at the pics, but you better show the beetle to Dr Majka to make sure

 
ID confirmed by Doug Yanega: "Definitely M. compressicollis.
"The legs and antennae are relatively hairless, and F2 is very stubby compared to gazellula."

 
Thanks to you and Dr Yanega..
Thanks to you and Dr Yanega..

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