Discussion. Pogonocherus ovatoides n. sp. is close related with Pogonocherus ovatus (Goeze, 1777) but it is very easy to separate because the elytral apex with two small teeth. Apex is truncate in P. ovatus. The small tooth on each side of pronotum is evidently smaller than in P. ovatus. Elytra are longer and with more parallel sides.
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