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Megacyllene latreillei (Laporte & Gory, 1835)

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KeywordsMegacyllene latreillei, Cerambycidae, Coleoptera
LocalityUruguay, Progreso 17.-20.12.2009
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/41717/?s=1
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  • composed of the 21 frames
  • = Clytus insignitus Perroud, 1855
  • = Clytus latreillei Laporte & Gory, 1838
  • = Cyllene insignita Chevrolat, 1862
  • = Cyllene unicoloricollis Fuchs, 1961
  • = Megacyllene insignita (Perroud, 1855)
  • = Neoclytus latreillei Lacordaire, 1869
  • = Plagionotus latreillei Aurivillius, 1912

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