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Larva in red maple - Tremex columba

Larva in red maple - Tremex columba
Northfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA
March 23, 2014
Size: 8 mm
I'm assuming this is a horntail? And if so, is it safe to call it Tremex columba given that it's in a hardwood log?

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Moved
Moved from "Symphyta" - Sawflies, Horntails, and Wood Wasps.
Thanks. It's a long way from being full-grown, then.

Siricidae
Tremex columba (L.). Knowing the host, it is safe to name it.

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