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Asian Longhorn Beetle1 locationInsect/Spider
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Jun 29 2013
AZT from Snowbowl to 418
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Jun 27 2014
Tusten Mountain Trail
TypeInsect/Spider
FamilyCerambycidae - Longhorn Beetles
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Anoplophora glabripennis

Similar to the Whitespotted Sawyer but lacks a white spot in the top center of wings. An invasion species from Asian that feeds upon most live trees (excluding oak) and is a threat to forests. They are spotted with long antenna and are about 1 to 1.5 inches long. They look like a demon and buzz when they fly. They burrow into trees. They holes are about 1 inch deep. They are common in Glacier National Park and were bought over to the US by accident on a ship.
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