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Cuculionidae -? - Ceutorhynchus rapae

Cuculionidae -? - Ceutorhynchus rapae
Texhoma, Texas County, Oklahoma, USA
June 6, 2010
Size: ca. 4 mm
Present on Helianthus.

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Ceutorhynchus rapae Gyll. --det. B.A. Korotyaev
Moved from Ceutorhynchus.

imho, it belongs on Cruciferae rather
on which part of the sunflower did you find it?

Moved from Snout and Bark Beetles.

Knocked it off a group of plant
No mustard's present.

well, their supplementing their diet with some pollen wouldn't be a surprise, of course; might have been on the flowers

Flowers yet.

i may be missing something
let's wait

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