|Great Capricorn Beetle, Cerambyx cerdo|
~30 (see text)
Cerambyx is a genus of beetles in the family Cerambycidae (longhorn beetles). They are commonly known as capricorn beetles, as their strong, stout and curved antennae, each segment of which flares towards the tip, are reminiscent of the horns of an Alpine Ibex (Capra ibex) or "capricorn".
This genus contains approximately 30 species, including:
- Data related to Cerambyx at Wikispecies
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- Cerambyx at the Encyclopedia of Life
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