catalog Neodorcadion (Neodorcadion) laqueatum (Waltl, 1838)

geographical distribution

taxa, synonymsbibliography

  • Dorcadion laqueatum Waltl, 1838
  • Dorcadion interruptum Mulsant & Rey, 1863
  • Dorcadion sparsum Mulsant & Rey, 1863
  • Neodorcadion laqueatum m. interruptum Mulsant & Rey, 1863
  • Neodorcadion laqueatum m. abeillei Tournier, 1872
  • Neodorcadion laqueatum m. anceyi Pic, 1913
  • Neodorcadion laqueatum m. bulgaricum Pic, 1913
  • Neodorcadion laqueatum m. diversesparsum Pic, 1914
  • Neodorcadion laqueatum m. insparsum Pic, 1914
  • Neodorcadion laqueatum m. lemoulti Pic, 1914
  • Neodorcadion laqueatum m. sparsenotatum Pic, 1914
  • Neodorcadion laqueatum m. kadiense Pic, 1917
  • Neodorcadion laqueatum m. servilorum Pic, 1917
  • Neodorcadion laqueatum m. subinterruptum Pic, 1917
  • Neodorcadion laqueatum m. nigrimembre Breuning, 1947
  • Neodorcadion laqueatum m. rufobrunneum Breuning, 1947
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
  • plant.cdfa.ca.gov/byciddb has a very useful gallery to determine the American longhorned beetle
  • www.scielo.com is a Brazilian scientific electronic library (Iheringia, Revista Brasileira de Entomologia, Zoologia...)
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