blacknova84 Posted May 8, 2013 Report Share Posted May 8, 2013 Yesterday while going on a wild edibles hike, we started digging through some rotten trees and found this guy. I'm not sure the type of tree to be honest as there was no bark left on it for me to identify it with. However, were pretty sure this guy too is a long-horned beetle from the subclass Prioninae of the family Cerambycidae. The larvae (after measuring it with my Peterson's field guild to beetles of NA) was roughly and inch and half long if that helps, and was found int he northern panhandle of West Virginia (the little sliver between PA and OH) Any ideas what species though ? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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