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Largest member in the genus, at once separated from the other species by the impunctate deeply engraved anterior transverse impression which reaches the front angles of the prothorax. Piceous to almost black, very shiny, mouthparts paler, legs bright rufous or testaceous. Elytra slightly iridescent, microsculpture transverse. Length 9.2-14.8 mm.


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