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Beetle ID? (Cambs. UK)
Gman
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Posted on 16-06-2022 14:51
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Hi All

Looks to me like a long-horn with a V across the shoulder of the elytra.
The abdomen protrudes below the elytra.

The only one I can find like this is Pseudovadonia livida (Fairy-ring Longhorn).
Can someone confirm or set me straight please?

Yours, Gareth
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Hi Gareth, quite sure, it's a male Stenurella melanura (Black-striped Longhorn).
Greetings, Eric
 
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Hi Eric

Thank for your input. On your suggestion, I search around and found this photo showing the V across the shoulders.
Other pictures had not shown it. It would make sense as females were present nearby.

Thanks for putting me straight.

Gareth

PS. Any good at Weevils?
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Hi Gareth, I'm familiar with some of the weevils - but there are many (and a lot more...).
Greetings, Eric
 
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