Taxonomic history

Xyleborus corporaali Eggers, 1923: 210.

Coptodryas corporaali (Eggers): Wood and Bright, 1992: 823.

Microperus corporaali (Eggers): Hulcr, 2010: 111


2.55−2.9 mm long (mean = 2.72 mm; n = 5); 2.5−2.9 times as long as wide. This species is distinguished by the elytral disc flat; elytral declivity long, gradual; large size; declivital interstriae 2 lacking granules on declivital face; declivital face strongly shagreened, weakly impressed along striae 2 and interstriae 2; declivital strial punctures small, indistinct; posterolateral costa granulate; interstriae densely covered with long, erect, hair-like setae, setae longer than two interstrial widths; striae setose, setae short, semi-recumbent, as long as strial width.

This species strongly resembles M. chrysophylii and can be distinguished by the more strongly sulcate elytral declivity and declivital strial punctures small, indistinct.

May be confused with

Microperus chrysophylli and M. fulvulus


China (Guangxi, Yunnan), Indonesia (Java, Sumatra), East & West Malaysia, New Guinea, Solomon Is., Thailand, Vietnam

Host plants

recorded from five different families of trees and probably polyphagous (Beaver et al. 2014)

DNA data

Sequences available for COI and CAD.

COI: MN619965MN619966

CAD: MN620242