Xyleborus consimilis Eggers, 1923: 180.
Ambrosiodmus consimilis (Eggers): Wood and Bright, 1992: 672.
2.6−3.5 mm long (mean = 3.06 mm; n = 5); 2.36−2.91 times as long as wide. This species can be distinguished by declivital interstriae 1 unarmed; interstriae 2 armed by one tubercle at declivital summit, remainder of interstriae 2 unarmed; interstriae 3 with 2−3 large denticles; declivity weakly bisulcate from sutural margin to striae 2; interstriae 3 moderately, distinctly convex; pronotal discal punctures small, fine, widely spaced by 2−4 diameters of a puncture, surface shining; declivital surface coarsely sculptured, shining; and large size.
Ambrosiophilus cristatulus, A. indicus, A. osumiensis, and A. subnepotulus
India (Tamil Nadu, West Bengal), East Malaysia
only recorded from Litsea (Lauraceae) (Smith et al. 2020b)
specimens not available for sequencing