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Larry Bezark Posted - 05/03/2019 : 18:13:51
Hi Guys,

Does anyone know if collecting in Vietnam in September is good?

Of course I am most interested in the diversity of cerambycds.

I have been there in May/June and collecting was very good.

Thanks for any insights.

Larry B.
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Larry Bezark Posted - 05/03/2019 : 18:39:44
Thanks Xavier,

Larry B.
Xavier Posted - 05/03/2019 : 18:25:13
I have been in northern Laos at begining of October; raining season is not finished ( rain every 2 days) but cool weather; no flowers on trees, less flying Cerambycinae, but a lot of small Lamiinae by biting dead branch; Less Coloeoptera and others at trap light ( but some Lamiinae). It is better to have boots...Clearly, it is totally different than in May/June ( no Callichromatini or Clytini, etc).

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