Trigonarthris minnesotana

Longhorned Beetle


Trigonarthris minnesotana photo, Long-horned Beetle

Family: Cerambycidae

Subfamily: Lepturinae

Length: 12-19 mm

 

The larvae of Trigonarthris minnesotana feed in various hardwoods. Adults are active from May through August, and have been reported on flowers including various dogwoods and New Jersey Tea.


Head and pronotum of Trigonarthris minnesotana

 

Right: the head and pronotum of Trigonarthris minnesotana. The pronotum is densely pubescent and lacks tubercules along the side. The apices of the elytra are black.

Trigonarthris minnesotana range map

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