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Fungus Feeder - Piesocorynus plagifer - male - female

Fungus Feeder - Piesocorynus plagifer - Male Female
Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky, USA
June 16, 2004
Possible Fungus weevils. Although the photo was taken more than a week after the first one I have assumed that the long horned one is the same critter. I never noticed more than two beetles over nearly a month of observing.

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Fungus weevils (Anthribidae family), but I've never seen any here in the states with long antennae (I do recall another recent post to BG, though).

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