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nalslan Posted - 22/07/2013 : 17:40:24

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Hello the forum, one of my friends is wondering what is the genus, or even the tribe, of this beetle from New Guinea.
He has access to a couple of similar species.
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newcountry88 Posted - 09/01/2021 : 08:55:36
It is a ordinary longhorn beetles in South America, and I have collected many specimens from the imported Surinam logs.
Francesco Posted - 23/07/2013 : 08:49:17
Ok, I change the title of the topic.
nalslan Posted - 23/07/2013 : 04:07:57
Oops, so it must be miss pronunciation of Guyana...
Thank you Francesco, now my friend gets directions.

Originally posted by Francesco

Rhinotragini, Agaone notabilis (White, 1855) (cf. here)... but it should be a South American species!

Francesco Posted - 22/07/2013 : 18:31:58
Agaone notabilis (White, 1855) (cf. here)... but it should be a South American species!

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