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Species Neoclytus acuminatus - Red-Headed Ash Borer

 
 
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New records of the alien longhorn beetle Neoclytus acuminatus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in Romania
By Lucian Hănceanu, Maria-Magdalena Dascălu, Alexandru-Mihai Pintilioaie
Travaux du Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle “Grigore Antipa” 64 (1): 81-88, 2021
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Is Clytini monophyletic? The evidence from five-gene phylogenetic analysis.
By Zamoroka, A.M.
Proceedings of the State Natural History Museum 37(37): 191-214., 2021
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Zamoroka, A.M. (2021) Is Clytini monophyletic? The evidence from five-gene phylogenetic analysis. Proceedings of the State Natural History Museum 37(37): 191-214.

Abstract

Tribe Clytini (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) is one of the largest within the long horn beetles, having over 1500 species. Until now, the tribe was considered monophyletic, despite the fact that it combines several different morphological groups. Morphological data alone could not shed enough light on the taxonomy and phylogeny of Clytini.

The Cerambycidae of North America. Part V. ... subfamily Cerambycinae, tribes Callichromatini through Ancylocerini
By Linsley E.G.
U. Cal. Publ. Entomol. 22: 1-197, 1964
Full title: The Cerambycidae of North America. Part V. Taxonomy and classification of the subfamily Cerambycinae, tribes Callichromatini through Ancylocerini

The Cerambycidae of North America. Part IV. ... subfamily Cerambycinae, tribes Elaphidionini through Rhinotragini
By Linsley E.G.
University of California Publications in Entomology 21: 1-165, 1963
Full title: The Cerambycidae of North America. Part IV. Taxonomy and classification of the subfamily Cerambycinae, tribes Elaphidionini through Rhinotragini

The Cerambycidae of North America. Part III. ...subfamily Cerambycinae, tribes Opsimini through Megaderini
By E.G. Linsley
University of California Publications in Entomology 20: 1-188, 1962
Full title: The Cerambycidae of North America. Part III. Taxonomy and classification of the subfamily Cerambycinae, tribes Opsimini through Megaderini

Catalogue of the Cerambycidae (Col.) of Canada and United States of America, Parts I‒IV
By Monné M.A., Nearns E.H.
Available from https://cerambycids.com/catalog/, 2023

The longhorn beetles (Col.: Cerambycidae) of Kentucky with notes on larval hosts, adult nectar use, and semiochemical attraction
By Chapman E.G., Richards A.B., Dupuis J.R.
Zootaxa 5229: 1–89, 2022

Notes on some longicorns from subtropical Texas (Coleop.: Cerambycidae)
By Linsley, E.G. & J.O. Martin.
Entomological News, 44(7): 178-183., 1933
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Linsley, E.G. & J.O. Martin. 1933. Notes on some longicorns from subtropical Texas (Coleop.: Cerambycidae). Entomological News, 44(7): 178-183.

Since the subtropical insect fauna of Brownsville, Texas, was first made famous by Townsend, and later by Wickbam, Schwarz, and Schaeffer, this interesting region has been sought by many collectors. During recent years the development of good roads and improved methods of transportation have eliminated the necessity for spending long periods of time in travelling to and from Southern Texas.

 
 
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