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Ivory-marked Longhorn

Eburia haldemani LeConte, 1853

Family Cerambycidae, Subfamily Cerambycinae, Tribe Eburiini


Eburia haldemani LeConte, 1853

Utley, Bastrop County, Texas
28 June 2005 (Brush Freeman)

Texas County Records for 

Eburia haldemani LeConte & E. quadrigeminata (Say)

County Record Source: E.G. Riley, Nov. 2005

Range: Arizona to the southeastern U.S. and Florida, south to northern Mexico.

Adult Activity: May to July

Larval Hosts: Celtis - Hackberry

Comment: Adults readily attracted to fermenting molasses bait.

Similar Species

Nearly 100 species of Eburia range from eastern to southwestern United States to South America. 

Twelve species occur in the U.S.

Texas Taxa:

Eburia haldemani LeConte 
Eburia mutica
Eburia ovicollis
Eburia quadrigeminata
Eburia stigmatica


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