The present communication gives a comprehensive account of Cerambycidae of Indian Sundarbans. Total eight species has been reported form Sundarban Biosphere reserve, among them four species are reported for the first time and two species Nepiodes sulcipennis and Chlorophorus annularis are reported for the first time from the state of West Bengal.
Keywords: West Bengal; India; Cerambycidae; Sundarbans.
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