The species name storeyi refers to the late Ross Storey, an Australian entomologist.
What does Anoplognathus storeyi look like?
Medium brown with green reflections, pronotum with irregular mottling. Underside dark brown with green reflections and long, dense, white hair. Legs dark brown with dark tarsi.
Clypeus: Front margin reflexed and evenly rounded, and sides ridged to form a triangular depression pointing backwards towards the middle of the head.
Foretibia: Two distinct tibial teeth.
Metaventral process: Without hair, apex sharp, and extending just beyond mid coxae.
Pygidium: Brown with green reflections and white hair, and with longers yellow hair at apex.
Where is Anoplognathus storeyi found?
What species are similar to Anoplognathus storeyi?
No similar species.
Anoplognathus storeyi is a distinct species. It has a deep depression in the centre of its clypeus.
The species is only known from Cooloola South QLD.