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Les Nouveaux Cahiers Magellanes, No. 10 [English / French / Spanish]

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By: Eduard Vives(Author), Daniel J Heffern(Author), Meiying Lin(Author), Ubirajara R Martins(Author), José Esteban(Author), Joan Bentanachs(Author), Ziro Komiya(Author), Alain Drumont(Author), Jiri Lorenc(Author)
116 pages, 12 plates with colour photos, b/w line drawings
Publisher: Magellanes
Les Nouveaux Cahiers Magellanes, No. 10 [English / French / Spanish]
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Language: Contributions are in English, French, and Spanish

Five contributions on the longicorn beetles of SE Asia and Costa Rica.

Descriptions and notes on Oriental longhorned beetles, mostly from Borneo
Eduard Vives & Daniel J. Heffern

Three new genera and seven new species of Cerambycidae (Coleoptera) are described from Sabah, Malaysia in northern Borneo: Apatobatus gen. n. (Dorcasominae) with A. malayanus sp. n., Pseudodemonax gen. n. (Callidiopini) with P. confusus sp. n., Pachylocerus sabahanus sp. n. (Pseudolepturini), Comusia mimica sp. n. (Obriini), Bornestathes gen. n. (Astathini) with B. trusmadianus sp. n., Momisis borneana sp. n. (Astathini), Tetraophthalmus nigrinus sp. n. (Astathini). A lectotype is here designated for Pachylocerus plagiatus Gahan 1907. Camelocerambyx Pic 1922 and Dymorphocosmisoma Pic 1918 are transferred to the Tribe Cleomenini Lacordaire 1868. Monochamus aberrans (Ritsema 1881) is transferred back to Anhammus Thomson 1860, in which it was originally placed. Four new synonymies are proposed: Mimomacrochia pfanneri Breuning 1972 is synonymized under Grammoxyla hieroglyphica (Redtenbacher 1868); Erythrus gomezizuritai Vives 2011 under E. varicolor Holzschuh 2010; Entelopes ionoptera Pascoe 1857 under E. glauca Guérin-Méneville 1844; and Mimolaelida flavolineata Breuning 1947 under Agniopsis flavovittatus Breuning 1936. Batocera maculata (Schönherr 1817) is proposed as the valid name for Batocera tigris (Voet 1778).

Two additional notes on the genus Thermistis Pascoe
Meiying Lin & Eduard Vives


Thermistis nigromacula Hua 1992 is newly recorded from Guangxi Province of China. T. rubromaculata Pu 1984 is newly recorded from Lao Cai Province of Vietnam and its variaty of the markings are discussed.

Espécie nova de Coccoderus da Costa Rica
Ubirajara R. Martins et José Esteban


No summary given

Catalogue des Callichromatini de la région paléarctique et orientale
Joan Bentanachs


Setting synonymy of two species: Cataphrodisium latemaculatum (Pic, 1902) and Embrikstrandia fujianensis Hua and She, 1987 with Cataphrodisium rubripenne (Hope, 1843) is proposed. The synonymy of Embrikstrandia pubemaculata Huang et al, 2006 with Gestriana superba (Gestro, 1888) is confirmed. Following these systematic changes, an up dated catalog of Callichromatini from Palearctic and Oriental area is proposed.

Description of a new species of Aegolipton Gressitt, 1940 from Vietnam and Laos
Ziro Komiya, Alain Drumont & Jiri Lorenc


A new species of the genus Aegolipton Gressitt, 1940 is described from Vietnam and Laos under the name A. roubali n. sp.. This new taxa is illustrated and compared with its closest Prioninae taxa.

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Monograph Journal / Magazine
By: Eduard Vives(Author), Daniel J Heffern(Author), Meiying Lin(Author), Ubirajara R Martins(Author), José Esteban(Author), Joan Bentanachs(Author), Ziro Komiya(Author), Alain Drumont(Author), Jiri Lorenc(Author)
116 pages, 12 plates with colour photos, b/w line drawings
Publisher: Magellanes
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