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Curculionidae: Cryptorhynchus lapathi? - Cryptorhynchus lapathi

Curculionidae: Cryptorhynchus lapathi? - Cryptorhynchus lapathi
Erskine, Polk County, Minnesota, USA
August 26, 2015
Size: Length ~ 6-7 mm
Perhaps the Poplar-and-willow Borer?

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Curculionidae: Cryptorhynchus lapathi? - Cryptorhynchus lapathi Curculionidae: Cryptorhynchus lapathi? - Cryptorhynchus lapathi

good call man but i expect something zestier from you

 
Thanks, v belov!
Well, I couldn't pass up coloring in the State of Minnesota. ;-)

 
that's why i hate that map so much )))
people waste time coloring it while ranges shrink and native species disappear as we speak...

 
Too true!
I'm working feverishly on the local moths. Can't do the beetles too. Well, not until the moths are done. I've found over 800 moth species within a 50 mile radius of the house up here in North Dakota and Minnesota. ;-)

 
awesome -- best of luck to you, Carl
i'm soooooo looking forward to your finishing the moths!!

beetles are fine -- and my thing, too -- but pretty please don't shy away from barklice, hemipterans, and anything arthropody under 7 mm (trying to be generous here by not setting the plank at 5 mm :)

 
Yes! Yes! Yes!
Can do, v belov. Can do. ;-)

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