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Tue, 13 May 2014 12:56:06 +0000
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Western corn rootworm - see attached.


Patrick Beauzay
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From: Entomological Collections Network Listserve [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Ray, Ann
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Subject: Re: Insects introduced to Europe from North America

Hi Bob,

Here is a paper by Cocquempot and Lindel÷w describing invasive longhorned beetles in Europe.  They mention two species that were introduced from NA: Neoclytus acuminatus and Parandra (now Neandra) brunnea.

As you know, my knowledge is biased toward cerambycids.

-Annie


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