Truncaudum Hulcr and Cognato, 2010a: 24.


Small to moderately sized, somewhat elongate (1.90−2.90 mm long, 2.44−2.90 times as long as wide), and densely pubescent. The genus is recognized by the declivity obliquely or abruptly truncatepronotum elongate without distinct serrations on anterior margin; scutellum visible; procoxae contiguous; and mycangial tufts absent. The two species in Southeast Asia are strikingly similar to several small Cyclorhipidion species and can be distinguished by the type 2 antennal club (Cyclorhipidion has types 3, 4, 5).

May be confused with

Amasa, Cyclorhipidion, and Pseudowebbia


found throughout the Paleotropics and Australasia with one species occurring in Africa

Gallery system

The gallery system has a few branches, usually in the transverse plane, and at least one brood chamber in the longitudinal plane (Browne 1961b).