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Photo#92257
Unknown weevils 3 - Scaphomorphus frontalis

Unknown weevils 3 - Scaphomorphus frontalis
Minot, Ward County, North Dakota, USA
Size: 11.5 mm snout to apices

Moved
Moved from Scaphomorphus.

Scaphomorphus frontalis (LeConte, 1876)
Robert Anderson det.

Moved
Moved from Lixinae.

match?
1.Cleonidius basalis compare:
2.Cleonidius trivittatus compare:

 
can be safely moved to Cleonidius (new page needed)
note: in Am.Beetles, but not nearctica.com (followed on this site?), Cleonidius is treated as a synonym of Scaphomorphus

 
Yes
Changed to Scaphomorphus per American Beetles

Moved
Moved from [delete].

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

probably Cleonidius sp.
. . . Cleoninae subgroup is granted.

regards, Boris

 
Thanks!
Thanks Boris for your input again!

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