Xyleborus pumilus Eggers, 1923: 209.
Debus pumilus (Eggers): Hulcr and Cognato, 2010a: 15.
Xyleborus cylindricus Eggers, 1927b: 94. Hulcr and Cognato 2010a: 15.
Xyleborus neocylindricus Schedl, 1942a: 196. Beaver 2011: 284.
Ips kelantanensis Browne, 1955: 345. Beaver 1995a: 199 (as synonym of X. cylindricus)
Xyleborus ipidia Schedl, 1972a: Hulcr and Cognato 2010a: 15.
Xyleborus planodeclivis Browne, 1974: 70. Schedl 1980: 122 (as synonym of Xyleborus ipidia).
2.5−3.2 mm long (mean = 2.78 mm; n = 5); 3.25−3.57 times as long as wide. This species is distinguished by the elytral apex emarginate, never explanate, appearing flat and broad; declivital sulcus shallow; and small size.
Debus adusticollis and D. detritus
Australia, China (Xizang, Yunnan), Fiji, India (Andaman Is, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, West Bengal), Indonesia (Java, Maluku, Sumatra), Laos, East & West Malaysia, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Solomon Is., Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam
Polyphagous. Browne (1961b) and Hulcr and Cognato (2013) suggest a strong preference for Moraceae, but the species has also been recorded from many other families.
Sequences available for COI and CAD.
COI: HM064136.1; MN619901; MN619902
CAD: HM064299.1; MN620184