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Photo#952440
Not quite a locust borer... - Glycobius speciosus

Not quite a locust borer... - Glycobius speciosus
Carroll County, New Hampshire, USA
July 7, 2014
Size: Approx 1.5 inches
The back end is different from a locust borer and I don't think we have any nearby black locusts. This guy was crawling up our cedar shingles.

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Moved from ID Request.

Sugar Maple Borer?


Looks like a possibility, at any rate.

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