What do pine bugs use their pincers for?



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    There are two genuses of beatle commonly refered to as pine bugs, one is the monochamus genus (latin for “single-horned”), which is the southern pine beetle, the other is the eragates genus (latin for “worker”), which is the pine sawyer beetle.  In both cases the long filaments protruding out of the front of the beetle are not pincers but antennae and are used for feeling and orientation.

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