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This bug has been reportedly found in the following regions:
Barling, ArkansasBenton, KentuckyGeorgetown, MassachusettsCroton-on-hudson, New YorkLittle Neck, New YorkCheviot, OhioMidlothian, Texas
Although the larvae are found beneath the bark of the Black Locust trees, I've never seen this insect in enough numbers to consider it a pest.
The adults are a colorful insect emerging in early fall and feed on goldenrod pollen and nectar.
1/2" to 3/4" long found in woods in the Eastern and Southern US and eastern Canada.
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