Dolurgus


Type species

Hylastes pumilus Mannerheim

Adapted from Wood 1982, p. 743-744


Diagnosis

Dolurgus are distinguished from Crypturgus Erichson by the 3-segmented antennal club and the presence of three recurved sutures on the anterior face of the antennal club.


Description

Species in this genus range from 1.6 to 1.9 mm in length and are approximately 2.7 times as long as wide. The color is brown. The pronotum is longer than wide and unarmed. The scutellum is small. The declivity is convex and unarmed. The vestiture consists of inconspicuous hair-like setae. The anterior margin of the compound eye is emarginate. The scape is short and the funicle is 3-segmented. The club is small, with three recurved sutures on its anterior face. The procoxae are contiguous.


Distribution

Northwestern North America


World fauna

Number of species: 1, Native species: 1, Introduced species: 0


Hosts

Abies, Betula, Fagus, Picea, Pinus