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The passion vine longicorn (Acalolepta vastator) is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Newman in 1841, originally under the genus Monohammus. Breuning erroneously synonymised this species with Acalolepta mixta (Hope, 1841). It is known from Australia. It feeds on Vitis vinifera, Carica papaya and Ficus virens.
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