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Photo#163362
Fungus Weevil?

Fungus Weevil?
Bannister Park, Sacramento County, California, USA
December 30, 2007
Size: 6mm
Some sort of Anthribidae I think. Anybody have an idea?

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Fungus Weevil? Fungus Weevil? Fungus Weevil?

Moved

Rhinocyllus conicus
Larinus doesn't live in Cali, the markings on the pronotum are a perfect match for Rhinocyllus conicus, which is in that subfamily, thanks for the help Brad!

Nope
This is a weevil. Looks much like this species.

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