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I found this insect play on marble floor and suprised to see the color.
Hello...FrancescoVitali and bayucca ^^Thank for helping.I found this at Manokwari, West Papua, Indonesia
Thanks, Francesco, so you would suggest to take Rosenbergia vetusta or Rosenbergia cf. vetusta?
No, it isn't.The antennae are without spines; thus it belongs to Rosenbergia.The only species with a similar pattern is Rosenbergia vetusta Ritsema, 1881.Cf here: http://www.cerambycoidea.com/specie2.asp...Very, very nice species! All my compliments, Fabiola.Natasha!
I try to get an expert opinion...
Cerambycidae, Lamiinae, Batocerini, Batocera sp. and looks like being Batocera hercules.http://www.beetle-diversity.com/node/790...http://demuseumwinkel.com/Batocera-Hercu...http://collectionneurdinsectes.com/en/pr...http://www.thais.it/entomologia/coleotte...http://nature.et.passion.free.fr/photos_...Dectes texanus is an US species and not found in Indonesia.
Spotted on Nov 25, 2013 Submitted on Dec 9, 2013