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Photo#146116
Fungus Weevil - Metachroma longicolle

Fungus Weevil - Metachroma longicolle
Dixie Plantation, Charleston County, South Carolina, USA
September 16, 2007
Size: 3mm
An attractive weevil

Moved
Moved from Metachroma.

Moved
Moved from Eumolpinae.

check Metachroma longicolle

 
Metachroma
Looks very similar; could well be that species...safe to move to the genus Metachroma I think. Colaspis has more filiform antenna.

Moved
Moved from Leaf Beetles.

can be safely moved to Eumolpinae
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Probably Colaspis.
Probably Colaspis.

Please . . .
always move images to the page that corresponds with the ID (family, in this case)! [I found it among "Coleoptera"]

Moved

looks like a Chrysomelid
Eumolpinae?

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