Cerhomalus quedenfeldti Frolov & Akhmetova, 2021
Diagnosis. Cerhomalus quedenfeldti is similar to C. mechowi and C. petrovitzi in having the apices of the parameres with semi-circular excavations in apical view and with more or less developed fossae on ventral sides bordered with a keel, but can be separated from them in having the ventral fossae on the apices of the parameres not bordered proximally and the apices of the parameres in lateral view acute-angled.
Distribution. The species is known from a few localities in the Republic of the Congo.
Frolov, A.V. & Akhmetova, L.A. (2021) Taxonomic revision of the Afrotropical scarab beetle genus Cerhomalus Quedenfeldt, 1884 (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Orphninae). European Journal of Taxonomy, 739, 36–50.