This bug has been reportedly found in the following regions:
On Jul 15, 2014, MelanieTex from Silsbee, TX wrote:
The larvae are known to inhabit tree holes, yet they also sometimes use pits in the sand as well. I have quite the colony of sand pit traps in a dusty, sandy area that is roofed and shady.
From E. H. Moss (1959), rev. J. G. Packer (1983), Flora ... read more
Nice. I saw this same image uploaded on Pestpro:http://pestproapp.com/bug/identification/900
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actually, I totally adore these fellows - They're native ... read more
It's a mouse they said...it will taste good they said....
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