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Weevil Needs ID - Listronotus delumbis

Weevil Needs ID - Listronotus delumbis
Valley Bend Wildlife Management Area, Randolph County, West Virginia, USA
June 26, 2005
Curculionidae, or is it one of the other Curculionoidea? Any further narrowing down would be appreciated too.

Moved from Listronotus.

Listronotus cf. delumbis (Gyllenhal)
Charles O'Brien det.

Thank-you v, and thank-you Charles! Moving to species page, bearing in mind the "cf."

Curculionidae: Listronotus sp.
We don't have this one in the collection here, but Listronotus seems to be a correct placement.

Curculionidae: Listronotus?
It reminds me of a Listronotus (big genus) or possibly a Bagous. Definitely Curculionidae

Thanks again, Donald!
Thanks again, Donald! I really appreciate your expertise.


Stephen Cresswell
Buckhannon, WV

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