Cyclorhipidion denticauda Smith, Beaver & Cognato 2020 (in Smith et al. 2020b): 183.
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.
Cyclorhipidion ohnoi, C. petrosum, and C. pilipenne
China (Jiangxi), Vietnam
unknown (Smith et al. 2020b)
specimens not available for sequencing