Xenocerus striatus JORDAN 1894 is another anthribid species that is not so common, based on collecting experience in Mindanao. Compared with the other species that I have featured in earlier posts, this one is smaller.
Like the other Xenocerus species, this can often be found in dead or rotting wood and can easily be mistaken for a cerambycid. It seems not much is known about this species. This one was determined by M Tryzna.