Australian Cerambycidae. VI. Descriptions of new species mostly from Queensland
This paper contains descriptions of two new genera, thirty-four new species, and the redescription of one species, the validity of which has hitherto been doubtful, and notes on several others. Much of the material is in the Australian Museum collection, but I am again indebted to Mr. A. R. Brimblecombe, Assistant Research Officer, Department of Agriculture and Stock, Brisbane, Queensland, who has sent me many specimens of exceptional interest and has permitted me to describe those species which appeared to be new to science. Judging from the richness of the material received from Mr. Brimblecombe and from other sources, it would appear that the Queensland Cerambycid fauna still contains many fine species which await description.