Xyleborus niger Sampson, 1912: 247.
Anisandrus niger (Sampson): Beaver and Liu, 2018: 538.
5.8−5.9 mm long (mean = 5.87 mm; n = 3); 2.0−2.19 times as long as wide. This species can be distinguished by its large size, the mesonotal mycangial tuft the length of the scutellum; elytral disc convex; declivital interstriae impunctate; elytral surface smooth, shining to weakly shagreened; declivital face flattened when viewed laterally; declivity appearing weakly bisculcate; declivital interstriae 2 weakly impressed, declivital interstriae 1, 3 tuberculate to apex, interstriae 2 with a tubercle at summit and 3−4 irregularly spaced granules along its length; and posterolateral margin rounded.
Anisandrus apicalis, A. congruens, A. cristatus, A. geminatus, and A. sinivali
Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Vietnam
unknown (Smith et al. 2020b)
Sequences available for COI and CAD.