Xylosandrus bellinsulanus Smith, Beaver & Cognato 2020 (in Smith et al. 2020b): 390.
3.9 mm long (n = 1); 2.16 times as long as wide. This species can be distinguished by its large size; lower part of eye larger than upper part; elytral disc ascending apically, longer than declivity; declivital face steep, abruptly separated from disc; elytra appearing truncate; posterolateral margins of elytra carinate to suture forming a circumdeclivital ring; declivital face flat, strongly shagreened, dull, glabrous, no striae visible, impunctate; sutural margin costate, costa increasing in height and size from base to apex, declivital striae and interstrial punctures replaced by confused granules, granules more abundant near apex (especially between interstriae 1 and 2); posterolateral margin granulate; pronotum wider than long, from dorsal view rounded (type 1) and lateral view basic (type 0), summit at midpoint, basal half shining, densely punctate; and broad, dense mycangial tuft on the pronotal base.
Amasa spp., Xylosandrus amputatus, and X. mancus
unknown (Smith et al. 2020b)
specimens not available for sequencing