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Asian longhorned beetle love
Love you site, check out the attached Anoplophora glabripennis shot.
Best,
Mike

Mating Asian Longhorns

Mating Asian Longhorns

Hi Mike,
We are thrilled to have your wonderful documentation of mating Asian Longhorn Beetles, especially since it will be cross referenced in our Bug Love section and our Invasive Exotic section of our new site, which we are currently about to migrate to, however, your photo lacks a location. Was this taken in native China? or is this an example of the species spread in North America? As this species has become established in the U.S., there is much information about the species online, including this UC Davis posting.

Worcester, Massachusetts.

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2 Responses to Mating Asian Longhorn Beetles

  1. bugdude21 says:

    Along with the Emerald, Ash Borer Asian Long-horned beetles are an invasive species brought to America on ships. Large populattions in New York and New Jersey.

  2. bugdude21 says:

    Along with the Emerald, Ash Borer Asian Long-horned beetles are an invasive species brought to America on ships. Large populations in New York and New Jersey.

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