Enaphalodes sp. (Oak Borer).
| This Oak Borer is either Enaphalodes atomarius or E. cortiphagus. Quoting from the second link: "All species of Enaphalodes are nocturnal and strongly attracted
to lights; adults emerge from hosts at night from April-October in the United
States and do a little feeding on twigs and foliage. They aggregate on sapflows
and can be collected with fermented solutions." |
bug guide (this photo):
Lingafelter & Chemsak, Col. Bull. 56, 569, 2002: