2016 Volume 3 Issue 3

Round Headed Borers (Cerambycidae: Coleoptera) of Mizoram


Bulganin Mitra, Priyanka Das, Udipta Chakraborti, Kaushik Mallick, Koyel Chakraborty
Abstract

In this communication, report on Cerambycidae fauna of 9 species of 9 genera under 7 tribes of 2 subfamilies from this northeast Indian state of Mizoram is specified. Of them, 3 species were previously reported by [3] and so, 6 species are reported for the first time from this state. This communication is prepared on the basis of old collection present in National Zoological Collection (NZC) of Zoological Survey of India.

 

Keywords: Cerambycidae, India, Mizoram, New Record.


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