2016 Volume 3 Issue 2

First report of Apomecyna saltator Fabricius,1781 from Sunderban Biosphere Reserve, West Bengal

Bulganin Mitra, Udipta Chakraborti, Olive Biswas, Sankarsan Roy, Priyanka Das, Kaushik Mallick

Present communication reports Apomecyna saltator (Fabricius, 1781) and Genus Apomecyna Latreille, 1829 for the first time from Sunderban Biosphere reserve of the Indian part.


Key words: Sunderban Biosphere Reserve, Cerambycidae, Lamiinae, Apomecyna


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