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The Cerambycid Fauna of the Tropical Dry Forest of “El Aguacero,” Chiapas, México (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae)
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The fauna of “El Aguacero” was compared with two other similar sites in Mexico, and is more similar to that of Chamela, Jalisco than to those of Huautla, Morelos; sharing 78 species with the first and only 41 with the second.
NOTES ON CERAMBYCIDAE CO-INHABITING GIRDLES OF ONCIDERES PUSTULATA LECONTE (COLEOPTERA: CERAMBYCIDAE)
Nineteen species of cerambycid beetles found co-inhabiting Tepehuaje (Leucaena pulverulenta, Fabaceae) girdled by adult Oncideres pustulata LeConte at the Sabal Palm Grove Sanctuary, Cameron County,
New Synonymies and Distributional Records for Caribbean Cerambycidae (Coleoptera)
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A number of synonymies and new distributional records for Caribbean and Antillean Cerambycidae are revealed and Desmiphora hirticollis (Olivier), and Amniscus similis (Gahan) are recorded from Puerto Rico for the first time.
Records and Descriptions of Costa Rican Cerambycidae, Part 1: the Turrialba Valley.
Records from the Turrialba Valley region of Costa Rica are given for species of Cerambycidae heretofore unknown from Central America, or for which no previous specific information was recorded. The
A New Genus and Species of Flightless Longhorned Beetle from Central America (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae)
An undescribed genus and species of flightless longhorned beetle, Apteralcidion lapierrei new genus, new species, in the subfamily Lamiinae, has been collected from giant thistle, Cirsium
Review of the genus Sympagus Bates, 1881 (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae: Lamiinae: Acanthocinini)
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The genus Sympagus Bates, 1881, is redescribed and redefined, with two species described as new, S. cedrelis and S. monnei, from Panama.
Checklist of the Cerambycidae (Coleoptera) of Costa Rica
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An updated checklist of the Cerambycidae of Costa Rica is presented, supporting a wealth of scientific literature in many other groups of flora and fauna indicating Costa Rica has high species richness of ceram bycid beetles.
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