Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Author: Chemsak 1962
2 spp., both occur in western US (1)
Body length: 11-19 mm (Lingafelter 2001)
CA-TX / western Mex. (Zacatecas)
Type Locality: Zacatecas, Mexico
Neaneflus is very similar in appearance to Aneflomorpha and Aneflus species.
It differs from Aneflomorpha in having greatly expanded antennal apices laterally and apically (Aneflomorpha has only slightly expanded antennal apices), and a very short third antennomere (less than half length of pronotum (in Aneflomorpha it is at least three-fourths the length of the pronotum. (Lingafelter 2001)
Aneflomorpha tenuis (LeConte)
Det. D. Heffern 2009
Aneflomorpha seminuda Casey
Det. M. A. Quinn, 2010
Chemsak, J.A. 1962. New North American species of Elaphidionine Cerambycidae. Pan-Pacific Entomol., 38(2): 103-112.
The Elaphidiini Site
- Steven W. Lingafelter, 2001