Ribbed pine borer beetle

Ribbed pine borer beetle

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Credit: BJORN SVENSSON/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Ribbed pine borer beetle (Rhagium inquisitor) in a chamber made from rotten pine wood (Pinus sylvestris). This insect is a type of longhorn beetle, which lays its eggs in rotting bark. The adult beetle will undergo a complete metamorphosis; embryo, larva, pupa and imago and do not leave the tree throughout the process. Photographed in Narke, Sweden.

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