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Xaurus Posted - 04/10/2019 : 18:54:20

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from N-Montana, about 30 mm !
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Xaurus Posted - 05/11/2019 : 23:50:57
Thanks Gontran, but recently I could'nt find my spm, I'll send to Dan later !
Capitaine Posted - 05/11/2019 : 18:36:01
Thank you Gontran for this interesting reference
Gontran Posted - 05/11/2019 : 16:36:36
In case it can be useful. 3 Tragosoma soror Laplante paratypes from Wyoming.



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Xaurus Posted - 05/10/2019 : 23:08:58
thanks Dan for your comments are completely right, I should check this spm (later), or (better) I'll send it to you with the other material, and you can take this spms for your coll !
dryobius Posted - 05/10/2019 : 13:58:17
Andreas,

It would be better to look at the paper by Laplante to identify NA Tragosoma. I believe it can be freely downloaded from Insecta Mundi.

Description of a new Nearctic species of Tragosoma Audinet-Serville
(Coleoptera: Cerambycidae: Prioninae),
with species validations, new synonymies and a lectotype designation

T. soror is very uncommon, and I don't even have any. It's likely that you have the common T. depsarius, but I hope I'm wrong.

Dan
Xaurus Posted - 04/10/2019 : 23:46:24
thanks Xavier, interesting it should be the nearly recently described Tragosoma soror Laplante, 2017
Xavier Posted - 04/10/2019 : 19:46:10
Tragosoma sp. ; have a look at this page.

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