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Curculionidae - Virginia creeper, adult in gall - Ampeloglypter ampelopsis

Curculionidae - Virginia creeper, adult in gall - Ampeloglypter ampelopsis
Ames - Tullamore, Story County, Iowa, USA
August 13, 2010
Size: 3.5 mm

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Curculionidae, adult - Ampeloglypter ampelopsis Curculionidae - Virginia creeper, adult in gall - Ampeloglypter ampelopsis Curculionidae, adult - Ampeloglypter ampelopsis Curculionidae, adult - Ampeloglypter ampelopsis

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Is Madarellus known to make galls?
Looking in Felt (1), I would have supposed this was Ampeloglypter ater.

 
Again,
I defer to your expertise. Wish I had a photo of Ampeloglypter ater. (But then, maybe I do.)

 
No expertise here...
but hopefully someone who knows about weevils will comment on my question/suggestion. I guess my question was partly, what led you to suspect that this is Madarellus undulatus? There seems to be some confusion with these two genera... see my comment here:

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