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Photo#449924
mystery bug - Trichalophus

mystery bug - Trichalophus
juneau, Alaska, USA
September 1, 2010
Size: 1"
From the side, this bug's face looks like an elephant's trunk, with the end being slightly curled. He has such sticky feet, it can grab & climb any suface including the glass jar. It does not appear to have any wings.

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mystery bug - Trichalophus mystery bug - Trichalophus

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ID
Tricholophus sp. Need better photos to get to species. Especially a dorsal view and in this genus a frontal view of the head and rostrum.

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A weevil
looks distinctive-maybe new to the guide..hopefully someone else can narrow the ID down.

 
a funny Lepyrus?
will show around

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