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Phagodes longicollis Pascoe, 1871 (Cerambycidae)

Phagodes longicollis Pascoe, 1871 (Cerambycidae)

Phagodes longicollis Pascoe, 1871 (Cerambycidae, Cerambycinae, Hesperophanini). Phacodes are distinguishable from all other genera in the Subfamily Cerambycinae by their coarsely facetted eyes, long antennae, and femora thickening gradually apically (Slipinski and Escalona 2016). Larvae of P. longicollis have been collected from Argyrodendron trifoliolatum in Queensland. It has a very limited known distribution with one record from Dorrigo National Park, three from the Lamington National Park and one from Brisbane. This is the first record for Springbrook

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