5); prosternum longer than wide with lateral procoxal foveae
T2 with two short, slightly pubescent basal foveae, rest of tergite smooth except for reticulate microsculpture along narrow hind margin, T3-T6 with similar microsculpture over most of surface and a few very inconspicuous setae.
15x as wide as long, with two transverse and sculptured basal foveae in anterior 0.
occultus Ros-Farre & Pujade-Villar, 2003, from which it differs by having a longer median mesoscutal furrow, straighter last third of the scutellar spine, lacking lateral pits, having 2 or 3 longitudinal carinae in the scutellar foveae
and a densely pubescent pronotum (median mesoscutal furrow shorter, scutellar spine curved downwards, lateral pits present and only 1 longitudinal carinae dividing the scutellar foveae
T2 longitudinally striated in narrow basal foveae
to almost 0.
Fully winged robust specimens, with dense setae and coriaceous or rugose surface sculpture on the head and mesosoma; metasoma densely pubescent; the head is usually narrower than the mesosoma, transverse in anterior view, with genae strongly broadened behind eyes, the malar sulcus always absent; notauli usually are incomplete, impressed in the posterior 2/3 of the mesoscutum; scutellar foveae
indistinctly delimited, confluent; all tarsal claws with strong basal lobe.
truncatilabris in having the foveae
narrower below (taking about 0.