datas from coll. Anagelasta (Anagelasta) apicalis • serie #498

  • lam. #20288 /1 Thailand, Phrae, Wang Chin, near Wiang Kosai NP, ♀, 12.5mm, 18.05.2018 15:00 (au battage), leg. J.-P. Roguet
  • lam. #20287 /1 Thailand, Phrae, Wang Chin, near Wiang Kosai NP, ♂, 12.0mm, v-2018 (au piège lumineux), leg. J.-P. Roguet
  • lam. #20286 /1 Thailand, Phrae, Wang Chin, near Wiang Kosai NP, ♀, 12.0mm, 22.05.2018 15:15 (au battage), leg. J.-P. Roguet
  • lam. #20285 /1 Thailand, Phrae, Wang Chin, near Wiang Kosai NP, ♀, 12.0mm, 14.05.2018 10:45 (au battage), leg. J.-P. Roguet
  • lam. #20284 /1 Thailand, Phrae, Wang Chin, near Wiang Kosai NP, ♂, 11.5mm, 24.05.2018 09:45 (au battage), leg. J.-P. Roguet
  • lam. #1128 /2 Thailand, Chiang Mai, ♂, 10.5mm, viii-1992
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  • 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
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