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Species described from a single specimen labeled “Sibiria" (from collection of Eversmann) as similar to Singilis cingulatus, but differing by uniformly black body color. Body length 5 mm, length of elytra 3.5 mm, width 2.3 mm. Probably this species is just a color variation or melanic form of Singilis cingulatus. The type was supposed to be in ZIN but we were unable to locate it. To make a final decision about the taxonomic status of this taxon it is necessary to study the type and additional material.
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