About the project
Mission statement: Our goal is to promote biodiversity awareness, disseminate information, and provide researchers, students, museums, and any interested parties with up-to-date taxonomic and faunal information on the longhorn beetles (Cerambycidae) of the world. This includes checklists reflecting latest advances in taxonomy, images, literature, and distribution maps. We intend to provide images of as many species as possible in both adult and, wherever available, immature stages and type specimens.
Terms and Conditions for Authors
We encourage participation of all the longhorn beetle enthusiasts, both professional and amateur, and welcome any suggestions or comments.
To contribute to the scientific content you have to be registered and be a qualified researched or graduate student. To become a contributing author, please contact site admins.
Images, drawings, PDFs of scientific papers, etc. can be contributed by anybody – just e-mail the files to Scientific Material Managers.
You can also support us financially. Please donate and help us continuing this project.
I’m looking to strengthen our team with a new editors.
This role demands scientists and the real fans of the beetles to develop this project yet further.
Administrators may change any content in database and make decisions about the future development of the Cerambycidae of the World project (Administrator's log-in required).
3.1. Scientific Contributors
Scientific content is authored by professional scientists (Administrator's log-in required)
Scientific contributors may add and change any content in database of the Cerambycidae of the World project.
If you are interested in authoring , please contact with Editor.
3.2. Media Contributors
Media Contributors provide images, PDF's, etc. that can be viewed by Cerambycidae of the World visitors.
Professional scientists, students and anybody else with an interest in creating media files about carabids can become a Cerambycidae of the World media contributor. If you are interested in contributing, please contact with Editor or any Administrator.
Scientific and Media contributors keep the copyright for materials submitted to the Cerambycidae of the World project. By default, contributions are released under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License. Contributors who prefer another license can specify alternative default licenses for their text and media contributions.