Tmesisternus wiedenfeldi

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Tmesisternus wiedenfeldi
Tmesisternus wiedenfeldi Aurivillius, 1911 (2941637957).jpg
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Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Coleoptera
Family: Cerambycidae
Subfamily: Lamiinae
Genus: Tmesisternus
T. wiedenfeldi
Binomial name
Tmesisternus wiedenfeldi
(Aurivillius, 1911)

Tmesisternus wiedenfeldi is a species of beetle from the family Cerambycidae. The scientific name of this species was first published in 1911 by Per Olof Christopher Aurivillius. [1]

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