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Attached photos - larval bore holes of the large prionine cerambycid Mallodon (Stenodontes) dasystomus in a dead ash tree. I see the bore holes much more often than the beetles. The larvae are still active in these particular ones - fresh wood shavings are still being pushed through.
Probably the rarest species in my collection of beetle specimens - Rosenbergia xenium, a large and impressive Longhorn (cerambycid) from Papua New Guinea - Would like to have a specimen of Rosenbergia gilmouri as well, but there's probably little chance of that, considering the rarity (and price) -