Two new species of the Longicorn genus Pelargoderus
Very closely allied to, and strongly resembling P. bipunctatus Dalm., but at once distinguished from that species by the antennae being annulated with grey and black. Length 32 mm. — Black; covered with a short olivebrown pubescence which is slightly darker on the elytra; the latter have each a small glabrous spot just behind the middle and are speckled with fulvous; the head is variegated on the mandibles, face, cheeks and vertex with small spots of a coarse fulvous pubescence which likewise covers the scutellum except a glabrous stripe at the middle of its base; the antennae are covered with a dense grey pubescence, the 3rd and following joints ringed with black at the apex.
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Ritsema Cz., C. (1895). Two new species of the Longicorn genus Pelargoderus. Notes from the Leyden Museum, 17(1/3), 33–35.