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  • Los escarabajos longicornios es el nombre común para describir a los miembros de la familia Cerambycidae la forma más fácil de identificar si estás ante uno de ellos es por sus largas antenas por lo general más largas que el cuerpo 😱🤔 #entomologia #coleoptera #escarabajos #cerambycidae
  • Los escarabajos longicornios es el nombre común para describir a los miembros de la familia Cerambycidae la forma más fácil de identificar si estás ante uno de ellos es por sus largas antenas por lo general más largas que el cuerpo 😱🤔 #entomologia #coleoptera #escarabajos #cerambycidae

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  • A huge Huhu beetle that came to our light trap! This is New Zealand’s largest endemic beetle, Prionoplus reticularis. Go to my friend @gilwizen website to see some great photos he took of some a while back!  http://gilwizen.com/dont-mess-with-the-huhu/ (btw sorry for the shaky camera work 😂)
  • A huge Huhu beetle that came to our light trap! This is New Zealand’s largest endemic beetle, Prionoplus reticularis. Go to my friend @gilwizen website to see some great photos he took of some a while back! http://gilwizen.com/dont-mess-with-the-huhu/ (btw sorry for the shaky camera work 😂)

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  • This is one scary looking creature isn’t it? This is a harmless long-horned beetle in the family Cerambycidae I spotted in Eastern Thailand. They are wood borer beetles, the larvae will actually spend all of their time eating it. These wood borer beetles are definitely all “bark” than bite... hissing and making sounds to scare off predators, their bite will just give you a jump, they use those huge mandibles to gnaw into trees.
  • This is one scary looking creature isn’t it? This is a harmless long-horned beetle in the family Cerambycidae I spotted in Eastern Thailand. They are wood borer beetles, the larvae will actually spend all of their time eating it. These wood borer beetles are definitely all “bark” than bite... hissing and making sounds to scare off predators, their bite will just give you a jump, they use those huge mandibles to gnaw into trees.

  •  7,144  89  5 September, 2019