Notes on Australian Cerambycidae. VII
[There is no abstract; the following is an excerpt from p. 287]: &helli; It is rarely that a worker now has the opportunity of describing as new a large and striking species of Cerambycid, new forms being usually small and inconspicuous. It is even more satisfactory when such a species is a member of a group poorly represented in Australia—the Anacolini Lameere. I am indebted to Dr. B. L. Middleton, of Murrurundi, New South Wales, for this fine species, of which he tells me, he secured three specimens—all males—which were attracted to the light.