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Subject: ID help please
Location: Lake Catherine, Arkansas
May 9, 2014 4:02 am
I found this guy during vacation, June of 2012 at Lake Catherine in Arkansas.
He was on the side of the cabin late one night about 10-15 ft away from a light.
There were a lot of longhorn and borer beetles while I was there and I have been able to ID all but this one…
His body is about 3/4 inch long, not sure about the antenna.
Signature: Skeeter

Unknown Longicorn

Longicorn

Hi Skeeter,
We will post your images, but we cannot do the research at this time.  We will also contact Eric Eaton to see if he recognizes your Longicorn.  Perhaps one of our readers with some free time today will write in with a comment.

Unknown Longicorn

Longicorn

Eric Eaton Responds
Daniel:
That is Dorcaschema wildii, apparently no common name.  I believe they bore in mulberry trees.
Eric

 

What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination
Location: Lake Catherine, Arkansas

3 Responses to Longicorn: Dorcaschema wildii

  1. Brian Sullivan says:

    The unknown longerhorned Beetle appears to be the Mullberry Borer Dorcaschema wildii.

  2. Skeeter says:

    Thank you Eric, Brian, and bugman for the quick replies.

    Brian… You called it the Mullberry Borer.
    Is that the “unofficial” common name?

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