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Batocera laena

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Kingdom  Animalia
Class  Insecta
Suborder  Polyphaga
Rank  Species
Phylum  Arthropoda
Order  Coleoptera
Superfamily  Cerambycoidea
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Similar  Batocera celebiana, Batocera humeridens, Batocera tigris, Batocera boisduvali, Batocera victoriana

Batocera laena is a species of flat-faced longhorns beetle belonging to the Cerambycidae family, Lamiinae subfamily.

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Description

Batocera laena is a huge long-horn beetle reaching about 45–60 millimetres (1.8–2.4 in) of length. The length of the antenna may reach about 120 millimetres (4.7 in).

Distribution

This species can be found in Australia (Queensland), Papua New Guinea, Moluccas (Key Islands and Aru Islands), New Britain.

Subspecies

  • Batocera laena gracilis Kriesche
  • Batocera laena laena Thomson, 1858
  • Batocera laena maculosa Schwarzer
  • Batocera laena sappho Thomson, 1878
  • References

    Batocera laena Wikipedia


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