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Ceresium unicolor (Fabricius, 1787)

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Filename5-000-000-021-381.jpg
KeywordsCeresium unicolor, Cerambycidae, Coleoptera
LocalityMauritius, Grand Port distr., Mahebourg on light, 24.1.2009
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/40288/?s=1
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  • composed of the 37 frames
  • = Callidium (Hesperophanes) lifuanum Montrouzier, 1861
  • = Ceresium paluense Matsushita, 1933
  • = Hesperophanes guttaticolle Fairmaire, 1850
  • = Saperda unicolor Fabricius, 1787
  • = Arhopalus ambiguus (Newman) Gahan, 1906
  • = Ceresium flavipes (Fabricius) Auct.
  • = Ceresium simplex (Gyllenhal) Fairmaire, 1850
  • = Hesperophanes simplex (Gyllenhall)


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