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Specimen Records:3068
Specimens with Sequences:2120
Specimens with Barcodes:1581
Species:544
Species With Barcodes:482
Public Records:246
Public Species:67
Public BINs:68
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Cerambycinae

Cerambycinae is a subfamily of the longhorn beetle family (Cerambycidae). The subfamily includes over 716 genera, which, in total, consisted of 3,889 species. The subgenra is most widely distributed in the Americas, with 430 species in 130 genra in it's neotropical regions. The species is only rivaled in diversity within the family by the subfamily Lamiinae.

Distribution[edit]

It is found worldwide in neotropical regions, with a total of 3,889 species in 716 genra. It is widely distributed in the Americas, with 430 species in 130 genra in it's neotropical regions.[1]

Identification[edit]

The major distinguishing factors are the bluntness of the last segement of the maxillary palp, it's slanting or near vertical face, the rounded pronotum, and try are the widest in the middle.[2]

Tribes[edit]

Cerambycinae contains 67 tribes as well as some genera and species that currently have uncertain placement:[3]

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