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Weevils - Sphenophorus coesifrons - male - female

Weevils - Sphenophorus coesifrons - Male Female
Manteca, San joaquin County, California, USA
September 3, 2007
Size: 1/4 "

Moved from Billbugs.

Sphenophorus probably coesifrons (Gyllenhal) If so it is a new state record. This is vedry possible ecause it is being moved in centipede grass sod and is now in many states as new records.

genus Sphenophorus
probably. Baby weevils (as in all beetles) are grubs, very unlike the mature insect.

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