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Weevil? - Euparius marmoreus

Weevil? - Euparius marmoreus
Ascension Parish, Louisiana, USA
Size: ~6mm

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Euparius marmoreus (Olivier)
Moved from Fungus weevil.
Barry Valentine det. His comment: "A polypore feeder, very common throughout eastern U.S. There is a very similar sibling species (paganus Gyllenhal) also common and on polypores, which averages a little smaller and is quickly distinguished by the central pale tibial ring broken into two rings."

Moved
Moved from Fungus Weevils.

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

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Fungus weevil, family Anthribidae.

 
can be safely moved to Euparius
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