Three new species of Sumatran Longicorn Coleoptera from the collections of the Sumatra-Expedition
Notes from the Leyden Museum , Volume 3 - Issue 3 p. 151- 157
A very distinct species, easily recognizable by its bicoloured legs (yellow and pitchy) and by the rough sculpture of the elytra (very uniformly granulated over the whole surface). Length 33 mm., that of the antennae 30 mm.; breadth at the shoulders 8 mm. — Covered with a pale goldenyellow dust-like pubescence; on the upper lip and metasternum the pubescence is longer and, on the latter, sericeous; the second and following joints of the antennae and the tarsi are almost naked.
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Ritsema Cz., C. (1881). Three new species of Sumatran Longicorn Coleoptera from the collections of the Sumatra-Expedition. Notes from the Leyden Museum, 3(3), 151–157.