Neoclytus Mucronatus  
I dragged my family down a nature trail on a butterfly hunt, and we had to climb over a large fallen tree to follow the trail. This huge pair of mating beetles was very busy on top of it.  I was chasing butterflies, and had limited camera space, so unfortunately these are all the photos I got. I believe they're Neoclytus Mucronatus beetles.
Neoclytus Mucronatus beetles
Neoclytus Mucronatus beetle, spikes on leg
Neoclytus Mucronatus beetles mating
Neoclytus Mucronatus beetles
Neoclytus Mucronatus beetles
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