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Weevil pupa

Weevil pupa
Lost Lake, Whistler, Squamish-Lillooet Distr., British Columbia, Canada
August 29, 2010
Size: 6 mm
There were many curculionid pupal chambers on an exposed conifer trunk. The majority were parasitized.

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Moved here for now
Boris - nice to hear from you again. Thanks for the suggestion. Pissodes came to mind at first sighting, but I don't know much about weevil life history to guess!

Two genera which have this mode of larval development. Size indicates first genus as more likely.

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