A new species of the genus Rawasia, Roel. (Ecelonerides, Fam. Anthribidae)
Notes from the Leyden Museum , Volume 3 - Issue 3 p. 161- 162
Minus elongatus, rufo-brunneus, pilis luteis tectus, interstitiis alternis elytrorum pilis luteis atrisque maculatis; prothorace vage, disperse punctato, antennis nigris, albo-spinosis, clava nigra, articulo ultimo brunneo. — Long. 15 mm. Closely allied to Rawasia Ritsemae Roel. ¹), almost similar in colour, a little larger and of a less elongate shape. Reddish-brown (as far as the dense pubescence permits to judge of the colour of the derm), the sides and under surface of the rostrum and the antennae black. The upper surface densely clothed with a yellowish-grey pubescence, and moreover provided with short erect black hairs.
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Roelofs, W. (1881). A new species of the genus Rawasia, Roel. (Ecelonerides, Fam. Anthribidae). Notes from the Leyden Museum, 3(3), 161–162.