Several woodboring insects thrive in coffee plantations due to a surplus of host material as a result of pruning shade trees. The longhorn beetle Tetrasarus plato Bates (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) disperses and mates at the time this branch pruning is taking place. We describe some general facts of its life cycle and the sexual behavior under field and laboratory conditions.
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