A NEW LONGHORN BEETLE FROM SOCOTRA ISLAND (YEMEN) (COLEOPTERA, CERAMBYCIDAE)

  • Pietro Lo Cascio | plocascio@nesos.org Associazione Nesos, Lipari, Italy.
  • Flavia Grita Associazione Nesos, Lipari, Italy.

Abstract

Iranobrium darwini n. sp. from Socotra Island is described and compared with the other species of the genus. The main differences are in the shape of pronotum, slightly broader than long, and in the absence of velvety tomentose pad on first and second sternites.

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2009-10-31
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How to Cite
Lo Cascio, P., & Grita, F. (2009). A NEW LONGHORN BEETLE FROM SOCOTRA ISLAND (YEMEN) (COLEOPTERA, CERAMBYCIDAE). Fragmenta Entomologica, 41(1), 123-128. https://doi.org/10.4081/fe.2009.86

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