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Subject:  Bug
Geographic location of the bug:  Thailand
Date: 02/23/2019
Time: 10:08 AM EDT
Your letter to the bugman:  Hi Bugman
I took this picture in Thailand I asked local people but they did not know what this is. It flew by me and landed on a banana tree it made a loud humming sound. I only managed to take one picture before it flew off.it was about 1to2 inches long I have tried to identify this bug but with no success.
How you want your letter signed:  Malcolm Bennett

Longicorn:  Zonopterus flavitarsis

Dear Malcolm,
This magnificent beetle is a Longicorn in the family Cerambycidae.  Our initial search turned up several black and yellow striped individuals, but none with the distinctive yellow antennae.  We expect to have a species identity for you before long.  Perhaps one of our readers will have better luck with this ID.

Thank you so much for identifying my picture it was so frustrating that I could not identify this beetle no one has ever seen one I think I was lucky to get this picture thanks again for information
Malcolm

Update:  Thanks to a comment from Cesar Crash, we were directed to a link of an image of Zonopterus flavitarsis that looks correct to us.  Images on BioLib and interestingly, on Odonata of Thailand where there is an image of a living individual, support that ID.

What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination
Location: Thailand

2 Responses to Longicorn from Thailand: Zonopterus flavitarsis

  1. I see that there are many Callichromatini with similar patterns, maybe Zonopterus?:
    http://www.cerambycoidea.com/foto.asp?Id=786

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