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Rhagium bifasciatum - Copula Stumbled on this old image while quickly browsing through my Rhagium images ... didn't have a copula here yet :o) Lepturinae,Rhagium bifasciatum,Two-banded longhorn beetle,cerambycidae,copulation,nl: Bonte ribbelboktor Click/tap to enlarge

Rhagium bifasciatum - Copula

Stumbled on this old image while quickly browsing through my Rhagium images ... didn't have a copula here yet :o)

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''Rhagium bifasciatum'', sometimes called the two-banded longhorn beetle, is one of the most common longhorn beetles in Europe, Turkey and the Caucasus, although it is absent from the far north-east of Europe and some offshore islands, such as Malta. It may reach 22 millimetres long and can be distinguished by the two prominent pale yellow bands on each of the elytra, although up to seventeen different patterns have been recognised.

Similar species: Beetles
Species identified by Pudding4brains
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Uploaded Apr 3, 2020.