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Naupactus peregrinus

Naupactus peregrinus
Chamblee, DeKalb County, Georgia, USA
September 11, 2009
Size: 9 mm
Naupactus peregrinus (Buchanan, 1939)

Characterized by:
-tend to be smaller, paler tan
-eyes more convex
-carina on rostrum less-distinct
-groove on rostrum does not widen toward apex
-setae at base of pronotum directed posteriorly toward elyra (unique for leucoloma-Group)
-elytral scales more rounded

Reference: Lanteri, A. A. and A. E. Marvaldi. 1995. Graphognathus Buchanan a new synonym of Naupactus Dejean and systematics of the N. leucoloma species group (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Coleopterists Bulletin. 49(3): 206-228.

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thanx a ton, Blaine!

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