Mecynopus cothurnatus

Mecynopuscontains cerambycids with remarkably long antennae and hind legs. Of the three Australian species, only M. cothurnatus is known to occur in Tasmania.

Mecynopus cothurnatus
Mid January 2012
Mount Wellington, kunanyi
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Cerambycidae Mecynopus cothurnatus  Mecynopus cothurnatus

Late November 2013
Knocklofty Reserve, Hobart
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Early January 2014
The Nut, Stanley
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Early October 2014
Hobart
On a rose leaf in a garden
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Late January 2016
Kaoota
  

Early January 2020
Tasmanian Arboretum, Eugenana
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Mid November 2020
Hobart/nipaluna
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Late December 2020
Mount Field National Park.
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Late October 2023
Kelcey Tier, Devonport
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Early November 2023
Scamander
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