NOTES ON CERAMBYCIDAE CO-INHABITING GIRDLES OF ONCIDERES PUSTULATA LECONTE (COLEOPTERA: CERAMBYCIDAE)

@article{Hovore1982NOTESOC,
  title={NOTES ON CERAMBYCIDAE CO-INHABITING GIRDLES OF ONCIDERES PUSTULATA LECONTE (COLEOPTERA: CERAMBYCIDAE)},
  author={Frank T. Hovore and Richard L. Penrose},
  journal={Southwestern Naturalist},
  year={1982},
  volume={27},
  pages={23}
}
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, Texas, USA, are listed and their habits briefly discussed. Literature concerning cohabitation of 0. pustulata girdles by other longhorned beetles is reviewed. Charac- ters for separating larvae of 0. pustulata and the closely-related Lochmaeocles c. cornuticeps (Schaeffer) are enumerated. Other… 
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