Taxonomic history

Xyleborus eupatorii Eggers, 1940: 140.

Xylosandrus eupatorii (Eggers): Schedl, 1964c: 213.


2.0−2.3 mm long (mean = 2.12 mm; n = 5); 2.22−2.3 times as long as wide. This species can be distinguished by its moderate size; elytral disc gradually curving toward declivity, appearing rounded; posterolateral margins of elytra carinate to interstriae 7; declivital face with six punctate striae; declivital interstriae uniseriate granulate, with erect hair-like setae longer than the width of two interstriae; pronotum as long as wide, pronotum from dorsal view rounded (type 1) and lateral view basic (type 0), summit at midpoint, basal half smooth, shining, sparsely minutely punctate; and sparse mycangial tuft on the pronotal base.

This species is nearly identical to X. germanus and is most readily distinguished by the pronotum that is as long as wide and pronotum base with sparser more disperse setae.

May be confused with

Anisandrus dispar, A. maiche, A. paragogus, Xylosandrus dentipennis, X. germanus, and X. metagermanus


China (Hainan, Hong Kong, Yunnan), Indonesia (Java), Thailand, Vietnam

Host plants

recorded only from Eupatorium (Asteraceae) (Eggers 1940)

DNA data

Sequences available for COI and CAD.

COI: MN620081MN620082MN620083MN620084MN620085

CAD: MN620341MN620342