Description of two new species of the Rhynchophorous genus Apoderus
Notes from the Leyden Museum , Volume 2 - Issue 4 p. 227- 230
Capite, prothorace, scutello tuberculisque baseos elytrorum brunneo-rufis nitidis. Antennis nigris, basi rufis. Prothoracis lateribus elytrisque nigris, his striis profundis grosse punctatis. Subtus pedibusque testaceis, femorum apice tibiis tarsisque brunneis. — Long. 6 mm. rostr. excl. Of the same size and shape as Apoderus melanopterus Wiedem. — Head of a deep brownish red color, smooth and glossy, provided with a short impressed line between the eyes; rostrum with a gibbosity between the antennae; this gibbosity divided by a median impression. The antennae with the two first joints red, the following of a blackish brown; their club black, velvety.
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Roelofs, W. (1880). Description of two new species of the Rhynchophorous genus Apoderus. Notes from the Leyden Museum, 2(4), 227–230.