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nasa Posted - 26/07/2017 : 07:34:55

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My supervisor photographed from Yellowstone National Park, USA.
Thanks!
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nasa Posted - 27/07/2017 : 05:40:21
Thanks all!
Robert Posted - 27/07/2017 : 03:07:46
Tragosoma depsarium is strictly an Old World species (Laplante, Palaearctic Catalog). The current name for what has been called depsarium in NA is harrisii.
Capitaine Posted - 26/07/2017 : 11:44:23
The pronotum shaping makes me rather think of T.depsarium (Linné,1767) also known from Western and North States.
But to be sure, it would be better to have a best view of the upper part of this specimen...
Robert Posted - 26/07/2017 : 08:10:54
It looks like Tragosoma harrisii LeConte, 1851

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