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Xavier Posted - 18/05/2014 : 17:16:40

11 mm, Nam Neun, Luang Prabang prov., nord Laos.
Pris à la lumière de la Guesthouse à 7h du matin : Capnolymma laotica Gressitt & Rondon, 1970 (Dorcasomini)
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horshehden Posted - 15/09/2016 : 22:38:01
Although Capnolymna, Acapnolymna and Apiocephalus were sometimes placed into Xylosteini, they are rather related to Rhagiini (see e.g. the Handbook of Zoology, the Cerambycidae part by Svacha and Lawrence) and might potentially need a separate tribe.
Xavier Posted - 13/09/2016 : 17:20:41
Je vois que le genre change de tribu. Y a-t-il un article expliquant ce choix de nomenclature ?
BI & OHBAYASHI, 2014. Notes on the Tribe Xylosteini ne prennent pas position sur le genre Capnolymma

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