Cerambycidae


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Related to Cerambycidae: Longhorn beetle
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Notes on Cerambycidae co-inhabiting girdles of Oncideres pustulata LeConte (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae).
L Pa Dade * Dade Pa X Dade Pa X Dade Pa Dade Pa Hymenopteran Location Plant Cerambycidae Colydiidae Family species Unidentified Colydium sp.
He is an expert on the Asian longhorn beetle's family, Cerambycidae.
Checklist of the Cerambycidae and Disteniidae (Coleoptera) of the Western Hemisphere.
adult wingless exposed Gastropoda Stylommatophora adult wingless exposed Insecta Coleoptera Cerambycidae adult winged exposed Coccinellidae adult winged exposed Diptera Calliphoridae adult winged exposed Cecidomyiidae Giraudiellci spp.
Family Number Location of Collected Specimens Alleculidae 4 Kiuic Bostrichidae 1 Tabi Carabidae 10 Kiuic & Tabi Cerambycidae 12 Kiuic & Tabi Chrysomelidae 26 Kiuic & Tabi Cicindelidae 11 Kiuic & Tabi Corylophidae 2 Kiuic & Tabi Cucujidae 3 Tabi Curculionidae 6 Kiuic & Tabi Dytiscidae 2 Kiuic & Tabi Elateridae 6 Kiuic & Tabi Endomychidae 2 Kiuic Histeridae 1 Kiuic Hydrophilidae 5 Kiuic & Tabi Lampyridae 8 Kiuic & Tabi Lycidae 3 Kiuic Nitidulidae 2 Kiuic Passalidae 9 Kiuic & Tabi Phalacridae 2 Kiuic Phengodidae 5 Kiuic & Tabi Scarabaeidae 40 Kiuic & Tabi Tenebrionidae 17 Kiuic & Tabi Trogossitidae 5 Kiuic & Tabi
Includes Acanaloniidae, Asilidae, Bruchidae, Carabidae, Cerambycidae, Cicindelidae, Elateridae, Miridae, Myrmeleontidae, Nabidae, Pentatomidae, Psyllidae, Rhopalidae, Scutellaridae and unidentified insect parts.
A total of 7918 anthophilous Cerambycidae in Washington County, Ohio, were recorded over six field seasons (1995-2000) and included 22 genera and 29 species.
A brief synopsis of the biology of the Cerambycidae, also called longicorns, long-horned beetles, or timber beetles, is presented in Hequet & Tavakilian, 1996).
Cerambycidae larvae are linked to recently dead wood, bark beetles [Coleoptera] are linked to diseased or stressed trees).
The Cerambycidae of North America, part 2, taxonomy and classification of the subfamily Cerambycinae, tribes Opsimini through Megaderini.
approximatus are generally longer than those reported for other beetle families, such as Scarabaeidae and Cerambycidae, reported by Masters (1980).
Larvae of two Cerambycidae, the old house borer (Hylotrupes bajulus) and the Asian longhorned beetle (Anoplophora glabripennis), can survive and continue to feed in wood with low (10% to 15%) moisture content (MC).
Taxa consumed included a medium sized scarab (Scarabaeidae) resembling a June beetle, weevils (Curculionidae), a medium sized Cerambycidae (Aneflomorpha sp.