Allied to D. furcillatus Gylh. ²) by the short head, by the shortness of the narrowed portion of the rostrum, by the short and rather stout antennae, and by the apical declivity of the elytra, but distinguished by the narrowed apex and the approximate tails of the elytra, by the red colored legs and antennae (the three apical joints of the latter excepted) etc. Length (the rostrum and tails included) 26 mm. — Deep dull black, the legs and the antennae (the latter with the exception of the three apical joints which are nearly black) dark red, the narrowed portion of the rostrum and the tails dark reddish brown.