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Tribe Bruchini


fava - Bruchus rufimanus - female Bruchus pisorum Possible Bruchidae beetle? - Bruchus affinis Bruchinae - Bruchus brachialis Add state to map - Bruchus brachialis - female Coleoptera. Chrysomelidae. Bruchus loti - Bruchus loti - male Chrysomelidae - Acanthoscelides fraterculus - Pea and bean weevil - Bruchus rufimanus Pea Weevil - Bruchus pisorum

Beetle - Megacerus discoidus Pennsylvania Beetle  - Megacerus discoidus Megacerus leucospilus - male - female Megacerus discoidus bug with impressive antennae - Megacerus discoidus beetle082519-8 - Megacerus discoidus Megacerus impiger - male Male, Megacerus cubiculus? - Megacerus cubiculus - male

Bruchinae? Bruchinae, dorsal - Acanthoscelides seminulum Bruchinae, broken antenna - Acanthoscelides seminulum UT Stator - Stator pruininus Mimosestes? - Mimosestes amicus small grey bug - Algarobius Bruchine - Gibbobruchus mimus Bruchinae swept from Creosote Bush - Algarobius