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Photo#1140949
Weevil Sp. - Anthonomus

Weevil Sp. - Anthonomus
Northeast , Cecil County, Maryland, USA
July 14, 2015

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Weevil Sp. - Anthonomus Weevil Sp. - Anthonomus

Moved tentatively; genus is safe... looks close to albopilosus
...but must be something else
neat bug

Moved from ID Request.

 
Could it be A. nigrinus??
I send the plant photo to a friend of mine who said it looked like Carolina Horse nettle (Solanum carolinense). He read in an article that A. nigrinus and T. trinotata are herbivores of this plant.

I started to move this to Magdalis...
but then chickened out :). I will defer to others on this one!

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