Taxonomic history

Cyclorhipidion denticauda Smith, Beaver & Cognato 2020 (in Smith et al. 2020b): 183.

Diagnosis

2.95−3.1 mm long (mean = 3.02 mm; n = 2); 2.81−3.1 times as long as wide. This species can be distinguished by the elytral declivital slope gentle, gradual; separation between the smooth, shining elytral disc and shagreened declivity gradual, not sharply distinct; declivital striae weakly impressed, punctures large, distinct; declivital interstriae tuberculate with three large equally spaced tubercles along interstriae 1 and 3, those of interstriae 3 smaller; interstriae 2 granulate near base, interstriae 4 granulate along its length; and elytral apex and posterolateral margin armed with alternating spines and denticles, a single spine on each interstriae and a smaller denticle on each striae from suture to interstriae 7.

May be confused with

Cyclorhipidion ohnoi, C. petrosum, and C. pilipenne

Distribution

China (Jiangxi), Vietnam

Host plants

unknown (Smith et al. 2020b)

DNA data

specimens not available for sequencing