datas from coll. Adetus inaequalis • serie #1354

  • lam. #8453 /1 French Guiana, Montagne de Kaw, RD6, pk29, ♂, 22.08.2006 11:30 (au battage), leg. J.-P. Roguet
  • lam. #8452 /1 French Guiana, Montagne de Kaw, RD6, pk29, ♂, 15.08.2006 11:00 (au battage), leg. J.-P. Roguet
  • lam. #5548 /1 French Guiana, Montagne de Kaw, pk40 (piste), ♂, 26.08.2002 10:00 (au battage), leg. J.-P. Roguet
  • lam. #5313 /1 French Guiana, Route Degrad Saramaca, pk4, ♂, 9.0mm, 16.07.2001 14:00 (au battage), leg. J.-P. Roguet
  • lam. #3647 /1 French Guiana, Montagne de Kaw, RD6, pk22, ♂, ix-1997 (au battage), leg. J.-P. Roguet
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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