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Mallodon spinibarbis (Linnaeus, 1758)

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Filename5-000-000-003-941.jpg
KeywordsMallodon spinibarbis, Cerambycidae, Coleoptera
LocalityUruguay, Montevideo 25.1.2010
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/14777/?s=1
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  • Cerambyx frangens Voet, 1778
  • Mallodon (Orthomallodon) spinibarbis (Linnaeus) Linsley, 1957
  • Mallodon bonariense Thomson, 1867
  • Mallodon dentatus Fabricius, 1801
  • Mallodon frangens Voet, 1778
  • Mallodon gagatinus Germar, 1824
  • Mallodon germarii Thomson, 1867
  • Mallodon maxillosus Olivier, 1795
  • Mallodon miles Voet, 1778
  • Mallodon orbignyi Thomson, 1867


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