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Hairy Star Thistle Weevil - Eustenopus villosus

Hairy Star Thistle Weevil - Eustenopus villosus
Cool, El Dorado County, California, USA
December 26, 2007
Size: about 6 mm sans snout
Found presumably overwintering in log. Boris has clued me in to the fact (or strong likelihood anyway) that I photographed a couple of these weevils several years ago that had lost their vestiture and therefore had a very different appearance:

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Moved
Moved from Curculioninae.

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Well, well, well!
My old friend with its vestiture still intact! Thanks so much, Boris.

Bad hairday:-)
That's the hairiest weevil I've ever seen.

 
Lotsa hippies
in them Sierra Nevada foothills.

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