Definition of Long-horned beetle
1. Noun. Long-bodied beetle having very long antennae.
Generic synonyms: Beetle
Group relationships: Cerambycidae, Family Cerambycidae
Specialized synonyms: Sawyer, Sawyer Beetle
Lexicographical Neighbors of Long-horned Beetle
Literary usage of Long-horned beetle
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report of the Secretary of Agriculture by United States Dept. of Agriculture (1863)
"or grub of a long-horned beetle. The perfect beetle of tue ... There is also another long-horned beetle, about half an inch in length, called the oak primer ..."
2. Report by Oklahoma Adjutant-general's office (1859)
"A black long-horned beetle 0.25 in length or slightly less, and about a third as broad, somewhat flattened, ..."
3. Invasive Species: Federal & Selected State Funding to Address Harmful by Lawrence J. Dyckman (2001)
"... Asian Long-Horned Beetles Worker standing inside a water intake pipe «moving zebra mussels Man in a field of purple loosestrife Asian long-horned beetle ..."
4. Principles & Practice of Teaching & Class Management by Joseph Landon (1895)
"... if necessary make difference clear by use of B. Bd. Show specimens of long- horned beetle to illustrate length of feelers in some species. ..."