Tlepolemus pilosus

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Tlepolemus pilosus
Scientific classification
T. pilosus
Binomial name
Tlepolemus pilosus
(Thunberg, 1787)
  • Cerambyx pilosusThunberg, 1787 nec Poda, 1761
  • Tlepolemus namaquaPéringuey, 1908

Tlepolemus pilosus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Thunberg in 1787. It is known from South Africa. [1]

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