||posterior; New Zealand 13.1.1995 ex Douglas Fir, AQIS NSW 1957 NC, N 15342#36881
||European hardwood ambrosia beetle
||Adults 3-3.5 mm; head black, elytra dull yellow-brown colour; Hungary - Budapest, Horvath.
||striped ambrosia beetle
||Smooth shiny elytral surface, the interspaces usually very minutely and irregularly punctured and raised subapical margin of elytra gives them a broadly rounded appearance when viewed from above. Elytra are usually bicoloured with alternating patterns of five dark and four pale stripes; quarantine intercept from Canada in Douglas fir, 15 July 2000, det B. Crowe.
||hoop-pine bark beetle
||female posterior; elytra coarsely punctate with shining interspaces; Queensland, Imbil, 21 July 1999, J. King.
||hoop-pine bark beetle
||Elytra coarsely punctate with shining interspaces. Scale-like vestiture on elytral declivity; male elytral declivity with rows of large but remotely placed granules; Queensland, Imbil, 21 July 1999, J. King.
||Upper margins of elytral declivity on each side with 2 small, acutely pointed teeth almost at level of dorsal surface of elytra, below these teeth is a single large, posteriorly directed, bluntly rounded tooth, below this tooth are two small, acutely pointed teeth; lateral margins of declivity from level of large tooth to basal midline distinctly, bluntly serrated. Females have less clear teeth; China in dunnage 19 July 2000, Q intercept 2492QA.
||Interstriae on elytral declivity with distinct vestiture of hair-like scales and long setae; pronotum with distinct punctures; striae on elytral disc with clearly marked shiny punctures, distance between punctures about 1-2 times diameter of puncture; elytral striae impressed, interstriae convex; Australia, New South Wales, Sydney, 1904, W.W. Froggatt, det. K. Schedl.
||Elytra shiny, weakly impressed, interstriae on declivity with only a few small hair-like scales, but also with distinct long setae; New Zealand 13.1.1995 ex Douglas Fir, AQIS NSW 1957 NC, N 15342#36881.
||western pinewood stainer
||Canada: Intercepted in Douglas fir timber, 17 April 2000, 2448QA.
||western hemlock wood stainer
||Elytra entire, concealing pygidium, declivity terminates in a blunt slope and has a single row of small, apically blunt granulations, declivity sulcate along the midline; USA. Q intercept, Douglas fir, 17 May 1998. 2456QA.