catalog Tetraopes basalis LeConte, 1852

geographical distribution

taxa, synonymsbibliography

  • Tetraopes basalis LeConte, 1852
  • Tetraopes mancus LeConte, 1859loc. type: United States, California, Fort Tejon ]
  • Tetraopes coccineus Casey, 1913loc. type: United States, California ]
  • Tetraopes junctus Casey, 1913loc. type: United States, Colorado ]
  • Tetraopes obsoletus Casey, 1913loc. type: United States, California, Siskiyou Co. ]
  • Tetraopes omissus Casey, 1913loc. type: United States, California ]
  • Tetraopes latior Casey, 1924loc. type: United States, California, Mount Wilson ]
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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