Two rare species of the longicorn beetle subfamily Lamiinae, Imantocera penicillata (Hope, 1831) and Eutaenia corbetti Gahan, 1893, from Tripura, a province in northeastern India, are redescribed and illustrated. This is the first detailed account of the external morphology of both sexes of the two species. Host plants of the two species are reported for the first time: I. penicillata was collected from Artocarpus heterophyllus Lamarck and E. corbetti was collected from Caesalpinia decapetala (Roth) Alston.
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Vol. 68 • No. 4