Capricorn beetle

Capricorn beetle

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Credit: F. MARTINEZ CLAVEL/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Capricorn beetle. The capricorn beetle (Cerambyx scopolii) is an invasive species of longhorn beetle from Europe. Its wood-boring larvae grow in oak, willow, and chestnut. In sufficient numbers they can kill trees.

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