Black and yellow longhorn beetle, laying eggs in the wood
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I agree with your ID, but taxonomists have changed the scientific name to 'Leptura' quadrifasciata now. Perhaps you could add a revised ID to reflect this and then your observation could be compared to other ones of the same species more easily :)
Thanks for telling me about this. I wonder what the taxonomic reason for the change of genus was?
These days it is usually because of genetic studies, which indicate that certain species are more (or less) similar to others than was previously thought. I'm not sure of the reasoning behind this specific name change, but this is my best guess.
Lat/Lng: 53.372, -0.3
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