''Monochamus scutellatus'', commonly known as the white-spotted sawyer or spruce sawyer, is a common wood-boring beetle found throughout North America. It is a species native to North America.
Adults are large-bodied and black, with very long antennae; in males, they can be up to twice the body length, but in females they are only slightly longer than body length. Both sexes have a white spot on the base of the wings, and may have white spots covering the wings. Both males and females.. more