Monochamus clamator “Spotted Pine Sawyer” Cerambycidae (male)

Bonner, MT
July 20, 2014
Robert Niese

Monochamus males have some of the longest “horns” of any Cerambycids here in the northwest. These antennae are used to “smell” for females and are often more than twice their body length.

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