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unidentified insect housing Under the the dome is a cavity . I never found a larvae in any I opened up.. Australia,Geotagged,Summer Click/tap to enlarge

unidentified insect housing

Under the the dome is a cavity . I never found a larvae in any I opened up..

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  1. Hmm, so the holes would me think that whatever was inside has already emerged and left...The one you opened up makes me think it could be from a longhorn beetle (Family Cerambycidae), something like Phoracantha acanthocera or a similar species. Then again, maybe not, because I can't find ANY photos similar to the dome-shaped structures! Do you remember approximately how large the holes in the middle of the domes were? What a fantastic mystery. Posted 5 months ago

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Uploaded Feb 11, 2020. Captured Feb 10, 2020 18:02 in 60 Whimbrel Dr, Nerong NSW 2423, Australia.
  • Canon EOS 700D
  • f/6.3
  • 1/166s
  • ISO1600
  • 69mm