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August 2013 - White-spotted Sawyer Beetle
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White-spotted Sawyer Beetle, Monochamus scutellatus

White-spotted Sawyer Beetle, Monochamus scutellatus

The White-spotted Sawyer Beetle is also called the Spruce Sawyer Beetle. In mid-summer, these beetles emerge from pupae that are formed just beneath the bark of dead spruce and other conifer trees. The White-spotted Sawyer Beetle is a member of the family of insects called Cerambycidae - the long-horned beetles, a name given to them because of their long antennae.

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