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Species Monochamus carolinensis

 
 
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Roguet J.-P. (2013) Lamiaires du Monde (Coleoptera Cerambycidae Lamiinae)
[cite:744574]
navigate the catalog
great resource, folks.

Barševskis A. et al., eds. (2015) Cerambycidae of the World
[cite:1043603]

LaBonte J.R., Valley S.A., Vlach J., Niwa C. (2013) Screening aid for the Cerambycidae of the western U.S.A. Version 061313
[cite:795660]

Nearns et al. (2012-2013) Longicorn ID: Tool for diagnosing cerambycoid families, subfamilies, and tribes
[cite:689312]
Suggested citation

Hoskovec M., Rejzek M. (1997-2012) West Palaearctic Cerambycidae
[cite:648853]
Excellent resource, with great photo gallery.
Jump to: Prioninae & Parandrinae | Spondylidinae | Cerambycinae | Lepturinae & Apatophyseinae | Lamiinae

Schiefer T.L. (2010) Cerambycidae of the southeastern U.S.A.
[cite:598700]
Mississippi checklist

Cerambycidae Primary Types of the Smithsonian Institution
A searchable photo database of world Cerambycid primary types in the Smithsonian collection.

Thomas M.C., Hill S., Morris R.F., Nearns G. () The Cerambycidae of Florida
[cite:371430]

Photographs of all the spp. known from Florida (on 15 thumbnail plates; distribution data and general description of the fauna. An extremely helpful source covering most of the southeastern bycids.

 
 
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