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Cantharocnemis fairmairei (Lameere, 1902)

Familia Cerambycidae (Latreille, 1802)
Subfamilia Prioninae (Latreille, 1802)
Tribus Cantharocnemini (Lameere, 1912)
Genus Cantharocnemis (Audinet-Serville, 1832)
Subgenus Cantharoplatys (Westwood, 1866)
Speciesfairmairei (Lameere, 1902)
Synonymsstanleyi (Lameere, 1912)
olbrechtsi (Basilevsky, 1950)
schoutedeni (Basilewsky, 1950)
lepesmei (Gilmour, 1956)
trageramis (Gilmour, 1956)
other namesCantharocnemis Cantharoplatys stanleyi (Lameere, 1912)
Cantharocnemis stanleyi (Burgeon, 1928)
Cantharocnemis olbrechtsi (Basilevsky, 1950)
Cantharocnemis schoutedeni (Basilewsky, 1950)
Cantharocnemis Cantharoplatys schoutedeni (Gilmour, 1954)
Cantharocnemis Cantharoplatys schoutedenianus (Gilmour, 1954)
Cantharocnemis Cantharoplatys olbrechtsi (Gilmour, 1956)
Cantharocnemis Cantharoplatys lepesmei (Gilmour, 1956)
Cantharocnemis Cantharoplatys trageramis (Gilmour, 1956)
Cantharocnemis Cantharoplastys fairmairei (Ferreira & Veiga Ferreira, 1959)
Cantharocnemis Cantharoplastys stanleyi (Ferreira & Veiga Ferreira, 1959)
Cantharoplatys stanleyi (Villiers, 1959)
Cantharocnemis Cantharoplastys schoutedeni (Ferreira & Veiga Ferreira, 1959)
Cantharocnemis Cantharoplastys schoutedenianus (Ferreira & Veiga Ferreira, 1959)
Cantharocnemis Cantharoplastys obbrechtsi (Ferreira & Veiga Ferreira, 1959)
Cantharocnemis Cantharoplastys lepesmei (Ferreira & Veiga Ferreira, 1959)
Cantharocnemis Cantharoplastys trageramis (Ferreira & Veiga Ferreira, 1959)
Lifezones:Afrotropic
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Distribution:Tanzania, Angola, Namibia, South Africa, Nigeria, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Democratic Republic of the Congo
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TypeHolotype
MuseumEngland London - Natural History Museum
Body length35 mm
SexMale
TypeAllotype
MuseumEngland London - Natural History Museum
Body length37 mm
SexFemale
TypeAllotype
MuseumEngland London - Natural History Museum
Body length30 mm
SexFemale
TypeParatype
MuseumEngland London - Natural History Museum
Body length27 mm
SexMale