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subgenus

Aplocnemia Stephens, 1831

kingdom Animalia - animals »  phylum Arthropoda - arthropods »  class Insecta - insects »  order Coleoptera - beetles »  family Cerambycidae - longhorn beetles »  genus Mesosa

Scientific synonyms

Helixoea Pascoe, 1865
Haplocnema Stephens, 1831 (misspelling) m
Aphelocnemia Stephens, 1831 (unjustified emendation) uem
Haplocnemia Agazziz, 1846 (unjustified emendation) uem

Type taxon:Lamia nebulosa Fabricius, 1781
Temporal range:Upper Oligocene - recent
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Included taxa

Number of records: 28

species Mesosa affinis Breuning, 1936
species Mesosa anancyloides Villiers & Chujo, 1962
species Mesosa andrewsi Gressitt, 1942
species Mesosa angusta Gressitt, 1951
species Mesosa bifasciata Breuning, 1938
species Mesosa cheni Gressitt, 1951
species Mesosa griseomarmorata Breuning, 1939
species Mesosa kanarensis Breuning, 1948
species Mesosa latifasciata (White, 1858)
species Mesosa longipennis Bates, 1873

Mesosa longipennis

species Mesosa mouhoti Breuning, 1970
species Mesosa nebulosa (Fabricius, 1781)

Mesosa nebulosa

species Mesosa nigrofasciaticollis Breuning, 1968
species Mesosa obscura Gahan, 1895

Mesosa obscura

species Mesosa ornata (Gahan, 1895)
species Mesosa persimilis Breuning, 1936
species Mesosa rosa Karsch, 1882
species Mesosa rupta (Pascoe, 1862)

Mesosa rupta

species Mesosa senilis Bates, 1884
species Mesosa sikkimensis Breuning, 1935
species Mesosa sophiae (Statz, 1938)
species Mesosa sparsenotata Pic, 1922
species Mesosa subbifasciata Breuning, 1974
species Mesosa subrupta Breuning, 1968
species Mesosa subtenuefasciata Breuning, 1968
species Mesosa tenuefasciata Pic, 1926
species Mesosa tricolor Breuning, 1955
species Mesosa undata (Fabricius, 1792)

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Explanations

m misspelling

uem unjustified emendation - proposed alternative spelling of scientific name when not justified by international code of nomenclature.

extinct taxon