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Yellow and black beetle on goldenrod coming into flower.
On low, herbaceous vegetation.
Locust Borer Beetle larvae? Found in the stump of a removed Black Locust tree.
The Locust Borer (M. robiniae) is a serious pest to Robinia pseudoacacia in North America. The name is derived from the Latin name "Robinia" which is the same as the genus of locust on which the larvae feed.