Subject:  Some type of longhorned beetle, which one?
Geographic location of the bug:  Bangalore, India
Date: 10/21/2017
Time: 01:19 PM EDT
Greetings Bugman!
I found this fellow, dead under a Ficus Religiosa, in Bangalore, India. Actually, I visit this tree, post lunch everyday. I had noticed this on the branches, often.
The images are on Google drive:  https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B06-CTLQ5A2UellYdjB0dHo1SzA
How you want your letter signed:  Naveen

Longicorn

Dear Naveen,
This is truly an impressive Longicorn, and its antennae are amazing.  We did not find anything similar on Prioninae of the World, but we might have missed it.  We will continue to attempt a species identification for you.

Longicorn

Update:  Cesar Crash of Insetologia sent a comment that identifies this beautiful male Longicorn as being in the genus Neocerambyx, and this image of Neocerambyx paris on Cerambycoidea Forum looks very similar.

Longicorn

Location: Bangalore, India

2 Responses to Longicorn from India

  1. Cesar Crash says:

    It looks like Cerambycinae, hard to tell wich one, but similar to Neocerambyx. Must be a male.

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