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"Ray, Ann" <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 13 May 2014 12:46:14 +0000
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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



On May 13, 2014, at 8:32 AM, Robert Anderson wrote: > Can anyone think of North American insects introduced into Europe. Certainly we have hundreds of European introductions here in North America but what about the other way around? I'm hard pressed to think of any? Bob > [http://nature.ca/email/signatures/creaturesoflight/col_email_signature.jpg]<http://nature.ca/en/plan-your-visit/creatures-light?utm_source=Email+Signature+Graphic&utm_medium=CMN+Email&utm_campaign=Creatures-Of-Light> > > More information<http://nature.ca/en/plan-your-visit/creatures-light?utm_source=Email+Signature+English+Text&utm_medium=CMN+Email&utm_campaign=Creatures-Of-Light> Info<http://nature.ca/fr/planifiez-votre-visite/bioluminescence?utm_source=Email+Signature+French+Text&utm_medium=CMN+Email&utm_campaign=Creatures-Of-Light> Ann M. Ray Ph.D. Assistant Professor Department of Biology, Xavier University 03 Albers Hall, 3800 Victory Parkway Cincinnati, OH 45207 Ph.513-745-2054

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