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weevil 1 - Listronotus

weevil 1 - Listronotus
Barneston, Gage County, Nebraska, USA
June 3, 2020
Size: 4 mm

Hey MJ!
I could get any Listronotus dissected and matched pretty close to species...Listros get more diverse the closer you get to AZ/TX/FL, and the really small species get to be a challenge....Nebraska species SHOULD be relatively easy to match...if you can get the male genitalia or female 8th sternite dissected and imaged I can get you a species...maybe......probably.... :)

any number of these in your area... i get ?7 at porch lights
Moved from ID Request.

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