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maybe longhorn beetle? :huh:

 

i think it is longhorn beetle too but there is way too many species to go through, my personal opinion is to check the species where your located first, most likely it's correct but not definitely, i am not good at identify US species. i am curious do you find other type of native longhorn beetles.

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i think it is longhorn beetle too but there is way too many species to go through, my personal opinion is to check the species where your located first, most likely it's correct but not definitely, i am not good at identify US species.

 

They are in Rhode Island

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They are in Rhode Island

 

how big is the beetle and what month did you find it and its important for you to know what species it is.

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Broadnecked root borer?

 

you might be right.

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I will ask them, I was not the one who caught these as I am in Michigan

 

if you try to breed it, longhorn are difficult to breed as general but there are info at the university.

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if you try to breed it, longhorn are difficult to breed as general but there are info at the university.

 

Sounds like they would be they burrow into rotting wood or live plants.

 

But they may be the broad necked borers, and if so then the larva feed on roots

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Sounds like they would be they burrow into rotting wood or live plants.

 

But may be the broad necked borers

 

probably living trees, government are very nervous when they hear longhorn beetles, especially asian longhorn beetle, if you see them you know who to call. The BEETLE BUSTERS, i'm not afraid of longhorn beetles

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