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Photo#1032963
Weevil - Cathormiocerus curvipes

Weevil - Cathormiocerus curvipes
Blue Chute, Southwestern experimental garden array site, Coconino County, Arizona, USA
July 7, 2014
Size: about 2mm
Pit trapped in pinyon/juniper habitat. I plan to pin and take better pictures!

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Moved tentatively
Moved from Trachyphloeus.

new introduction?
By my opinion, this "Trachyphloeus" is not a match with any of the species we already have in the guide.

It may match with Cathormiocerus discors (Desbrochers, 1875), which I do not know, and has been recorded from US(1). For details, I also regret being ignorant.

 
Cathormiocerus
It looks like a Cathormiocerus, maybe C curvipes. I am at home and do not have access to the collection on a regular basis.

Moved

looks nice but boy are these encrusted jobs confusing...
[as in, i'm a dummy]
frontal & lateral shots of head, pleeease?

Moved from ID Request.

 
add photos
way better quality with NAU's equipment!

 
haha thanks v!
I'll add more photos as soon as I pin it and get in the nice camera set up on campus

 
great -- thanks, Derek
looking forward to it
don't let it slip thru the cracks like the carabid vouchers man

 
I'll be sure to get the photos up
Sorry about the carabids, one of my undergrad helpers at the university was supposed to get them ready to mail and dropped off the face of planet with them...

But for this current Arizona project, I'm not entrusting undergrads with my specimens any more :)

 
ouch
specimen embezzlment... capital offense, in my book

 
haha
I agree, but the law wasn't written by entomologists unfortunately

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