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This little longhorn is Pogonocherus hispidus (det. P.Kirby), whose larvae feed on dead branches of fruit trees and other Rosaceae, so is moderately frequent in gardens.
Brilliant, thanks, Sarah. I see (after googling it), that it is also known as Lesser Thorn-tipped Longhorn Beetle. I had no idea longhorns could be so tiddly.Mike
Glad someone was able to help you. Such an awesome looking insect.
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