New Synonymies and Distributional Records for Caribbean Cerambycidae (Coleoptera)

@inproceedings{Micheli2003NewSA,
  title={New Synonymies and Distributional Records for Caribbean Cerambycidae (Coleoptera)},
  author={Julio A. Micheli and Frank T. Hovore},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract Recent collecting has revealed a number of synonymies and new distributional records for Caribbean and Antillean Cerambycidae. New synonymies established: Lamproclytus oakleyi Fisher = Lamproclytus elegans Fisher; Tilloclytus puertoricensis Fisher = Tilloclytus minutus Fisher; Leptostylopsis albosignatus (Fisher) = Leptostylopsis antillarum (Fisher); Styloleptus puertoricensis (Fisher) = Antilleptostylus nigricans (Fisher); Eugamandus brunneus Fisher = Eugamandus oakleyi Fisher; Lethes… 
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