Baryodirus Perreau, 2000

Schilthuizen, Menno, Perreau, Michel & Njunjic, Iva, 2018, A review of the Cholevinae from the island of Borneo (Coleoptera, Leiodidae), ZooKeys 777, pp. 57-108: 63

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.777.23212

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Baryodirus Perreau, 2000
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Genus: Baryodirus Perreau, 2000 

Description.

Length: 2.2 mm. Winged and with fully developed eyes (Figure 3a). Body uniformly brown, eyes black. Dorsal surface with transverse strigae. Pronotal and elytral surface with two types of setation: one dense, long, and recumbent aligned on the transverse strigae, and one sparse, long and erected, roughly aligned along longitudinal rows (Figure 3b). Head with a high and robust occipital carina. Pronotum convex and transverse, slightly wider than the elytra at the shoulders, 1.9 times as wide as long, the lateral sides rounded, the largest width near the anterior third of the length. Basal margin without a marginal gutter, slightly sinuate near the slightly drawn-out lateral angles. Elytra exactly as long as wide, the largest width at the base. Elytral sides nearly straight, weakly arcuate, giving the elytra a triangular shape. The sutural stria is the only recognizable elytral stria. Mesoventral process strikingly wide and high, anteriorly angular, with flat and setose ventral side, posteriorly widely expanded above the metasternum (Figure 3c). Protibiae with a lateral row of spines along the external edge and with smaller spines randomly arranged on the ventral side (Figure 3d). Mesotibiae and metatibiae with a circular row of spines around the apex. Female protarsi tetramerous and strikingly expanded with dense setae on the ventral side. Male unknown. Spermatheca elongated with a succession of rings along the entire length (Figure 3e; a somewhat similar condition is found in Ptomaphaminus latescens  Szymczakowski, 1964 and P. testaceus  sp. n.).