Showing 10 types of LONG HORNED WOOD BORING BEETLES
This beetle is native to eastern Asia in the regions of China, Korea, and Japan. While it now is a resident species in New York, New Jersey, and upper Illinois it has been found, and hopefully eradicated, in CA, WA, TX, FL, and many other states east of the Mississippi River, as well as on the island of Hawaii. It has been found living in wood packing materials shipped from Asia.
Three native species in this genus occur in North America.
Native to Australia and introduced in 1984 to California.
This is a native species in the eastern United States.
Native to the western United States.
This beetle is a native insect in western North America.
Apparently native to Europe, where it may infest up to 50% of the homes in some areas. It now is found on most continents of the world including North America, where it is found along the eastern seaboard states from at least New York, south and along the Gulf Coast to Texas. It may be found as far west as Minnesota and in many other states east of the Mississippi River.
This is a native beetle in western North America.
There are 8 native species of these beetles in North America and the one introduced species from Japan, which is known from only a very few locations in the U.S.
Native beetles in North America.