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Weevil - Sthereus quadrituberculatus

Weevil - Sthereus quadrituberculatus
Enumclaw, King County, Washington, USA
July 14, 2007
Size: 3.5 mm
This small weevil found on decaying maple log...has tubercles on elyta.

ouch!! thanks, Bob
Moved from Plum Curculio.

Moved
Moved from Conotrachelus.

Moved

Conotrachelus sp.
This weevil is, more than likely, in the genus Conotrachelus. Only around 200 species or so to choose from:-)

 
200 or not, but...
...in this case i choose C. nenuphar without much hesiation

 
Sthereus quadrituberculatus Motschulsky
This is not Conotrachelus but rather is Sthereus quadrituberculatus.

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