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I myself also thought first, that it is Anastrangalia sanguinolenta. But I doubted because of the black stripe at the side. See also at the picture down
, which shows the same individuum. Because of that I did sent the picture to a forum of specialists and they told me, that it is A. dubia.
You can see here http://www.koleopterologie.de/gallery/ several pictures of both species and recognize the variability. Its only a little bit complicated. First right side, up, look for Chrysomeloidea and click on Cerambycidae. Then a search field will apear where you can write Anastrangalia. Then click on the the different files, and the pictures will apear in the middle. This is a gallery wich is strongly controlled by specialists. Nobody can put pictures in, which are not controlled by specialists. I think it is a very good and severe gallery.
Answer for your question about black spot?
Hello On the introduction i would like you to forgive my English. Black spot on the photo, which you asked about is symptom of full maturity of grain. This photo doesn't need any latin name, because isn't any species. I think you understand me. You can write if you want. Good bye--Agronom (talk) 17:03, 8 January 2014 (UTC)