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Taxonomical notes on some Oriental Lamiini (Coleoptera Cerambycidae)

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New generic combinations are proposed and one new species is described for Oriental Lamiini. Dolichoprosopus philippinensis Breuning, 1980 is transferred to Nemophas Thomson, 1864 as follows: Nemophas philippinensis (Breuning, 1980) n. comb. Nemoplophora Wallin, Kwamme & Nylander, 2014 is considered a junior synonym of Dolichoprosopus Ritsema, 1881 and Dolichoprosopus subcylindricus (Aurivillius, 1927) becomes reinstated. From Monochamus Dejean, 1821 four species are transferred to Trachystohamus Pic, 1936 resulting in the new combinations: T. serratus (Gahan, 1906); T. semigranulatus (Pic, 1925); T. asper (Breuning, 1935) and T. latefasciatus (Breuning, 1944). Trachystohamus maculatus n. sp. is described from Vietnam.
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