Xyleborus aspersus Sampson, 1921: 31.
Amasa aspersus [sic] (Sampson): Wood and Bright, 1992: 682.
3.7−3.9 mm long (mean = 3.82 mm; n = 2); 2.11−2.17 times as long as wide. This species can be distinguished by the dense and strongly confused declivital strial and interstrial punctures making the striae and interstriae indistinguishable.
Brunei, East and West Malaysia, Thailand
All host records are from the genus Eugenia (Myrtaceae), and the species appears to have a fixed host association with this family (Browne 1961b).
specimens not available for sequencing