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Figure 1. Their bodies are black with white spots, and their antennae are black and white Figure 1. Where females chew out a spot to lay their eggs, you may see round, darkened places in the bark Figure 2. You may find large piles of sawdust around the base of trees or branches from beetles feeding in trees Figure 3. Wanted: Asian Longhorned Beetle.
February 9, - Author: Deborah McCullough. The Asian longhorned beetle is a large wood-boring beetle native to China and other Asian countries. Its scientific name is Anoplophora glabripennis Motchulsky Coleoptera: Cerambycidae. It is not currently known to be established in Michigan, but populations of this beetle are established in New York and Chicago.