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Xavier Posted - 11/07/2012 : 13:43:23


14-16 mm.
Hua Phan, Nord Est Laos.
Cleomenes longipennis Gressitt, 1951 (Cerambycinae, Cleomenini), illustré page 32 dans Longicorns of China.
Nouveau pour le forum (si c'est bien lui).
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Xavier Posted - 21/12/2020 : 13:39:45

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More probably Cleomenes chryseus Gahan, 1906. All description fits; black spots of pronotum could be variable.
Xavier Posted - 05/10/2014 : 14:07:24
Too much work ...
horshehden Posted - 05/10/2014 : 13:31:28
Unfortunately, I did not find the type in Paris. What about you?
Xavier Posted - 11/08/2012 : 13:02:18
Thanks for your help, horshehden
horshehden Posted - 10/08/2012 : 21:18:59
You should be right now.
Xavier Posted - 10/08/2012 : 19:22:15
En reprenant les clés de Gressitt (1951 & 1970), ce pourrait être Cleomenes rufofemoratus Pic, 1914
Xavier Posted - 11/07/2012 : 19:58:16
Thanks, I'm searching. Have a nice trip !
horshehden Posted - 11/07/2012 : 19:21:07
C. longipennis is quite similar - try google to find photo and check eg. the color pattern at the apex of elytra.
I'm on my summer 2 month trip so I cannot determine it at this moment.
Xavier Posted - 11/07/2012 : 18:58:50
It seems that there is some mistake in longicorns of China...
Do you know this species ?
horshehden Posted - 11/07/2012 : 18:45:30
Sorry but I do not agree. C. longipennis has a (slightly) different elytral pattern

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