Lycochoriolaus, Linsley & Chemsak, 1976

Monné, Marcela L. & Monné, Miguel A., 2008, The tribe Lepturini in South America (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae: Lepturinae), Zootaxa 1858, pp. 37-52 : 43

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Lycochoriolaus
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Key to the South American species of Lycochoriolaus  

1. Each elytron with one or two weak longitudinal carinae from base to apex............................................... 2

- Elytra without carina. Brazil (Minas Gerais) ( Fig. 7 View FIGURES 5 – 8. 5 )............................................. L. ater ( Gounelle, 1911)  

2. Elytra distinctly expanded toward the apical half, apices rounded.............................................................. 3

- Elytra weakly expanded toward the apical half, apices narrowly, transversely truncated. Brazil (Bahia to Santa Catarina) ( Fig. 5 View FIGURES 5 – 8. 5 ) ................................................................................... L. angustatus ( Melzer, 1935)  

3. Antennae black; basal half of the elytra partly black, except yellowish humeri. Colombia, Brazil (Rondônia, Mato Grosso), Bolivia ( Fig. 8 View FIGURES 5 – 8. 5 ). ..................................................... L. lyciformis ( Pascoe, 1866)  

- Antennae brownish; basal half of the elytra entirely yellowish, without black marks. Brazil (Goiás) ( Fig. 6 View FIGURES 5 – 8. 5 ) ............................................................................................................. L. angustisternis ( Gounelle, 1911)