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Fungus Feeder - Piesocorynus plagifer - male - female

Fungus Feeder - Piesocorynus plagifer - Male Female
Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky, USA
June 16, 2004
Possible Fungus weevils. Although the photo was taken more than a week after the first one I have assumed that the long horned one is the same critter. I never noticed more than two beetles over nearly a month of observing.

Moved from Fungus Weevils.

Moved from ID Request.

Fungus weevils (Anthribidae family), but I've never seen any here in the states with long antennae (I do recall another recent post to BG, though).

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