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Weevil - Listronotus cryptops

Weevil - Listronotus cryptops
Sarasota County, Florida, USA
May 25, 2005
Size: 4 to 5 mm

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Moved from Listronotus.

No idea, this time

Too bad, I was hoping you cou
Too bad, I was hoping you could point me in the right direction. I'll see if I can figure it out using the keys in American Beetles.

I'm certain now this is Listronotus, subfamily Cyclominae in American Beetles.
The genus has members that are associated with arrowheads (Sagittaria spp). This jogged my memory and I recalled photographing the flowering plants they were on, which just happen to be Sagittaria.

As far as species, I'm 95% sure it is Listronotus cryptops based on keys in Blatchley and Leng.

Hi Brad,
I just checked out the link to your collection database. Nice diversity. btw, us beetle guys are in second place behind the lep people in terms of number of images. At the moment they have 588 pages of thumbnails to our 565. See discussion here.

Thanks Jim. I'll try to post
Thanks Jim. I'll try to post more as time permits.

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