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Rhamnusium bicolor (Schrank, 1781)

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Filenamecerambycidae0314.jpg
KeywordsRhamnusium bicolor, Cerambycidae, Coleoptera
LocalityCzech republic, Valtice ex larva, 2000, Rendezvous, Valtická alej
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/12195/?s=1
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  • = Callidium salicis Fabricius, 1787
  • = Cerambyx rubroviolaceus Villers, 1789
  • = Rhagium etruscum Rossi, 1790
  • = Rhagium salicis Fabricius, 1787
  • = Rhagium schranki Laicharting, 1784
  • = Rhamnusium virgo (Voet) Pesarini & Sabbadini, 1995
  • = Stenocorus ruficollis Herbst, 1784
  • = Cerambyx bicolor Schrank, 1781 nec Voet, 1778
  • = Cerambyx virgo Voet, 1778


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