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Fungus Weevil - Toxonotus cornutus

Fungus Weevil - Toxonotus cornutus
Mobile (Dog River), Mobile County, Alabama, USA
October 12, 2008
Size: 7-8mm
Would this beetle happen to be in the Bostrichoidea subfamily? OK, then. What is it? Thanks

Moved from Fungus Weevils.

Looks to me like a fungus weevil....a 'shy' fungus weevil:-)

Eric, you think the white spot across the elytra might be a good field mark for Toxonotus cornutus

vote for Toxonotus cornutus

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