Taxonomic history

Streptocranus mirabilis Schedl, 1939b: 53.

Coptoborus mirabilis (Schedl): Wood and Bright, 1992: 663.

Streptocranus mirabilis Schedl: Hulcr et al., 2007: 583.


4.1−4.9 mm long (mean = 4.45 mm; n = 3); 3.9−4.08 times as long as wide. The species is the largest Streptocranus and is distinguished by the moderately attenuate elytra; and dorsal margin of elytral process with a strong, inwardly-directed denticle at the level of the elytral apex

May be confused with

Streptocranus bicolor, S. fragilis, and S. petilus


Indonesia (Java), West Malaysia, Thailand

Host plants

recorded from Mesua (Calophyllaceae), Quercus (Fagaceae), and Schoutenia (=Actinophora) (Malvaceae) (Kalshoven 1959b); probably polyphagous

DNA data

specimens not available for sequencing