Xyleborus nudipennis Schedl, 1951a: 63.
Coptodryas nudipennis (Schedl): Hulcr et al., 2007: 579.
2.0−2.2 mm long (mean = 2.1 mm; n = 5); 2.2−2.22 times as long as wide. This species can be distinguished by the dense tuft of setae along the elytral base extending to interstriae 6; body glabrous except for pronotal and elytral bases; striae and interstriae uniseriate; elytral disc strongly shining; declivity shagreened; declivital face subconvex, interstriae 2, 3 depressed, remaining interstriae slightly tumescent; pronotum rounded and robust, type 5, when viewed laterally, rounded, type 1, when viewed dorsally; and anterior margin of the pronotum without a distinct row of serrations.
Coptodryas amydra, C. carinata, C. concinna, and C. elegans
Indonesia (Java), East & West Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Thailand
recorded from Camellia (Theaceae), Cinnamomum (Lauraceae), and Lansium (Meliaceae) in Java by Kalshoven (1959b) and probably polyphagous
specimens not available for sequencing