Doliops huruki sp. n.
(Fig. 4A, B, C)
Type material. Holotype: Male. Philippines:
Mindanao, Mt. Apo, Davao del Sur, 12.2013, local
Description. Body black, with luster. Elytra
monochrome black, without spots. Body length:
15.0 mm, largest width: 5.7 mm.
Head almost square, parallel-sided, with bilobate
eyes. Part of head between eyes and antennal
bases with longitudinal band of greenish scales
and thin, straight median line without scales. On
front of greenish band some of scales white.
Cheeks beneath eyes without spots of greenish
scales, with punctuation. Labrum pubescent and
punctate. Head black, finely punctate, glossy,
with luster. In frontal part convex, with very fine
microsculpture. Three basal antennomeres black
with metallic luster and pubescence, fourth
antennomere testaceous basally, with very fine
white pubescence, and remaining antennomeres
testaceous and tomentose. Basal antennomeres
and legs with greenish metallic luster. Pronotum
convex, black, shiny, with sparse punctuation,
without stripes or spots of greenish scales. Disc
of pronotum in centrum without pubescence,
shiny, in lateral parts with fine transverse
microsculpture and sparse punctuation.
Scutellum rounded, shiny and tomentose. Elytra
convex, black, shiny, without metallic luster and
spots of scales. Lateral siedes of each elytron
with slightly protruding shoulder bumps; with
sparse and coarse punctures and pubescence
anteriorly and laterally. Elytra finely punctate;
behind shoulders on both sides without raised
nodules and impressions. Width of elytra at
shoulders: 5.0 mm. Largest width of elytra behind
middle: 5.7 mm. Meso-, metaepimera and sternites
spotted laterally, covered by greenish scales.
Femora with small greenish spot at apex and more
or less tomentose. Dorsal surface of tarsomeres
covered by grey, iridescent tomentum. Tibia and
tarsi in apical part covered by numerous setae.
Aedeagus (Fig. 4C).
Differential diagnosis. The new species differs
from other species of the genus Doliops by
monochrome black elytra.
Mimicry. D. nigra sp. n. mimics the weevil
Pachyrrhynchus sp. and Metapocyrtus sp.
(Coleoptera: Curculionidae) (Fig. 4D).
Etymology. This species is named after my
colleague and friend, the Polish carabidologist
Stanislaw Huruk (Jan Kochanowski University,
Kielce, Poland) in appreci-ation of cooperation.