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Check out for a load of images of longhorned beetles. Granted, some of the images are of non-North American species, but it could still be a place to go to get in the ballpark for species needing IDs.
http://www.cerambycids.com/

Been there, but good point!
Was already in as "Longhorn Beetles of Florida", which was not entirely accurate, as you mentioned. I'll remove the link I wrote, if you like, I think your description is more accurate!

Patrick Coin
Durham, North Carolina

 
I went ahead and deleted the previous link
I guess they decided to no longer restrict themselves to Florida.

 
No, I just jumped to conclusions....
I think I just wrote the descriptive text based on what I saw--most of the specimens are from Florida. I was trying to give the site a descriptive title that was not simply a URL. No biggie.

Patrick Coin
Durham, North Carolina

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