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Photo#242346
unknown insect - Minyomerus laticeps

unknown insect - Minyomerus laticeps
tucson, pima County, Arizona, USA
November 27, 2008
Size: 3 mm
An ID would be appreciated.

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Moved

Sub family Entiminae
Broad nosed weevil

 
Genus Minyomerus?
Thanks a lot, Margarethe! I looked up the subfamily Entiminae and found this genus Minyomerus very close in appearance. Do you think that's it? Here is the link: http://bugguide.net/node/view/170946

 
Minyomerus laticeps (Casey)
Charles O'Brien det.

 
You should wait for
someone with more weevil-knowledge than me, but your photos and the ones in the guide are indeed very similar.

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