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Longhorn beetle. Underside of a golden-bloomed grey longhorn beetle (Agapanthia villosoviridescens) clinging to a plant. Longhorn beetles have extraordinarily long antennae that give them their common name. These antennae can be as long as, or longer than, the body of the beetle. Photographed in the UK, in July.
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