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  • Notch-Tipped Flower Longhorn Beetle - (Typocerus sinuatus)

    Notch-Tipped Flower Longhorn Beetle - (Typocerus sinuatus)

    The Notch-Tipped Flower Longhorn Beetle splits time between woods and gardens, using both landscapes during its life.


    Picture of Notch-Tipped Flower Longhorn Beetle
    Staff Writer (1/25/2014): The Notch-Tipped Flower Longhorn Beetle has long antennae ('horns') and feeds on pollen from a variety of flowers. They have a wide carapace ('shoulder') at the neck that becomes narrower towards the tip of the abdomen ('tail').

    Larva from this species of beetle bore deep into decayed wood and remain there over winter. They feed on the rotting wood and pupate in spring, becoming adults that fly, just in time for blooming flowers.

    Adults are often seen in gardens, meadows and wood in summer and are active until late fall.

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    Notch-Tipped Flower Longhorn Beetle


    Category: Beetle
    Common name: Notch-Tipped Flower Longhorn Beetle
    Scientific Name: Typocerus sinuatus

    Taxonomy:
      Kingdom: Animalia
       Phylum: Arthropoda
        Class: Insecta
         Order: Coleoptera
          Family: Cerambycidae
           Genus: Typocerus
            Species: sinuatus





    Size (Adult, Length): 9mm to 14mm (0.35in to 0.55in)

    Identifying Colors: black; yellow; brown; tan

    Additional Descriptors: shoulders, flying, banding


    North American Reach (Though Not Limited To*): Alabama; Arkansas; Connecticut; Delaware; Florida; Georgia; Illinois; Indiana; Iowa; Kansas; Kentucky; Louisiana; Maine; Maryland; Massachusetts; Michigan; Minnesota; Mississippi; Missouri; Nebraska; New Hampshire; New Jersey; New York; North Carolina; North Dakota; Ohio; Oklahoma;Pennsylvania; Rhode Island; South Carolina; South Dakota; Tennessee; Texas; Vermont; Virginia; West Virginia; Wisconsin; New Brunswick; Newfoundland and Labrador; Nova Scotia; Ontario; Prince Edward Island; Quebec


    * Keep in mind that an insect's reach is not limited by lines on a map and therefore may appear in areas/regions/states beyond those listed above.





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