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Unidentified Weevil - Polydrusus formosus

Unidentified Weevil - Polydrusus formosus
Lime Creek Conservation Area, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, USA
June 4, 2016

Moved
Moved from Polydrusus.

Moved, Polydrusus for sure
Moved from ID Request.

I'm no expert, but...

reminds me of Green Immigrant Leaf Weevil

 
That could very well be it, b
That could very well be it, but there are at least four other very similar species according to this image. http://claude.schott.free.fr/Polydrusus/images/polydrusus-PL2.jpg I think I'll settle with calling this one Polydrusus though. Thanks for the help.

 
wow, nice graphic
I had no idea there were so many similar species... I'll need to give these a closer look when I encounter them in the future!

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