|scientific name Dicerca caudata |
The shape of the pronotum is diagnostic for separating D. divaricata and caudata. The pronotum of adult caudata is widest towards the base, where as for divaricata the pronotum is widest at the middle. Elytral striae tend to be faintly impressed.
Known from alder, birch and cherry (Bright 1987).
From Alberta east to Nova Scotia and south to Arizona and Louisiana (Bright 1987, Nelson 1975).
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