Webbia 30-spinatus [sic] Sampson, 1922: 149.
Webbia 26-spinatus [sic] Sampson, 1922: 149. Browne, 1963: 57.
Webbia mucronatus Eggers, 1927: 107. Smith et al. 2020b: 330.
3.0 mm long (mean = 3.0 mm; n = 5); 3.0 times as long as wide. This species is distinguished by the margin of elytral declivity with 13‒15 teeth on each side; declivital face with the vermiculate ridge on interstriae 1 strongly raised in middle of declivity, and with 3−4 rows of tubercles lateral to it; and elytral disc shining to upper margin of declivity, apart from grooves between marginal teeth.
Webbia dipterocarpi, W. duodecimspinata, and W. quatuordecimspinata
Cambodia, India (Andaman Is, Assam), Indonesia (Sumatra), East & West Malaysia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam
associated with Dipterocarpaceae (Dipterocarpus, Dryobalanops, Hopea, Shorea) (Beeson 1961, Ohno 1990)
specimens not available for sequencing