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[website updated on 17 june 2021]

in bibliography

8,243 recorded contributions among which 147 published since 2020

  • Souza & al., 2021 Zootaxa, 4981,2 : 201-233
    Unveiling the diversity of longhorn beetles (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae) in Brazilian western Amazonia: a checklist of the Entomological Collection of the Federal University of Rondônia, Brazil
  • Zhang & al., 2021 Insects, 12,453 : 1-16
    Mitogenome Analysis of Four Lamiinae Species (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) and Gene Expression Responses by Monochamus alternatus When Infected with the Parasitic Nematode, Bursaphelenchus mucronatus
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120,000 pages to visit

  • a bibliography of 3,316 authors, 1,840 editors, 8,243 publications with 167,186 recorded references
  • a catalog included 75 tribes, 2,983 (sub)genus, 21,464 (sub)species and with 33,819 taxa in the index
  • 568 faunistic catalogs of (bio)geographical region
  • a collection of 21,042 lamiines (4,656 species)
  • a gallery of 2,342 illustrated lamiines
There are many websites on longhorned beetles today. The links page namedCerambycoidea ring (www.cerambycoidea.com) lists most of them.

Some examples of representative websites on their perimeter:
  • www.cerambycoidea.com is also interesting for its forum, its gallery and its digital library
  • www.biolib.com gives an updated list of taxa very useful for example to check the spelling and valid combination to apply
  • bezbycids.com has a very useful gallery to determine the longhorned beetle
  • www.scielo.com is a Brazilian scientific electronic library (Iheringia, Revista Brasileira de Entomologia, Zoologia...)
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