|scientific name Dicerca crassicollis |
Easily confused with beetles of D. tenebrosa. Beetles have a weak transverse ridge between the eyes. Males have simple mesotibia and females have a weakly tridentate last ventral abdominal segment.
Recorded from Douglas fir, pines and other conifers (Bright 1987, Nelson 1975).
Known from the Pacific Northwest area south to California (Bright 1987, Nelson 1975).
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