keys

  • Alphus Partial key to species adapted from (Souza&Monné,2013) • not translated
  • Amniscites Partial key to species adapted from (Monné&Monné,2012) • not translated
  • Anapausa Key to species adapted from (Breuning,1951),(Breuning,1966),(Roguet,pers.) • not translated
  • Anastathes Key to species adapted from (Breuning,1956) • not translated
  • Anexodus Key to species adapted from (Gabris&al.,2017)
  • Anipocregyes Key to species adapted from (Yamasako&Makihara,2017)
  • Anoplophora Partial key to species adapted from (Longafelter&Hoebeke,2002)
  • Anoreina Partial key to species adapted from (Machado&Monné,2011)
  • Apeba Key to species adapted from (Galileo&al.,2017)
  • Aristobia Key to species adapted from (Jiroux&al.,2014) • not translated
  • Ateralphus Key to species adapted from (Souza&Monné,2013)
  • Berningerus Key to species adapted from (Breuning,1958),(Téocchi,1987) • not translated
  • Bityle Key to species adapted from (Weigel&Skale,2017)
  • Brevoxathres Key to species adapted from (Monné,2007) • not translated
  • Callisema Key to species adapted from (Santos-Silva&al.,2016) • not translated
  • Callomecyna Key to species adapted from (Yamasako&Chou,2014)
  • Canidia Key to species adapted from (Wappes&Lingafelter,2005)
  • Carneades Partial key to species adapted from (Galileo&al.,2014)
  • Catapausa Partial key to species adapted from (Breuning,1950) • not translated
  • Cerosterna Partial key to species adapted from (Breuning,1943) • not translated
  • Chreomisis Key to species adapted from (Breuning,1956) • not translated
  • Cirrhicera Partial key to species adapted from (Chemsak,1972),(Santos-Silva&al.,2017)
  • Clavidesmus Partial key to species adapted from (Giorgi&Monné,2018) • not translated
  • Cleodoxus Key to species adapted from (Nascimento,2018)
  • Cleonaria Partial key to species adapted from (Breuning,1956) • not translated
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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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