six-spined engraver beetle, Ips sexdentatus  (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) - 5326017

six-spined engraver beetle
Ips sexdentatus (Boerner, 1767)

Descriptor: Adult(s)
Description: One of the largest Ips species, body length 7-8mm, both sexes have six spines on each side of the elytral declivity, the fourth is the largest and is capitate, the female has a longitudinal stridulatory organ on the upper hind part of the head; Mersin, Camiyayia 1000-1200m, Sept 1996, M. Knizak. 2478QA.
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Image view: Dorsal / Abaxial / Back
Image location: Museum Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, Australia

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