The mature larva and pupa of Tomoxia lineella LeConte are described and illustrated based on specimens collected and reared from a standing large-toothed aspen (Populus grandidentata Michaux) in a northern-mixed forest element in south-central Wisconsin. Larvae were collected on 30 March 2001 and 23 April 2001 from tunnels approximately two cm under the bark in the wood of the south-facing side of the tree. Tomoxia lineella was previously unrecorded from Wisconsin.
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