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Grypus equiseti (Fabricius) - Grypus equiseti - male

Grypus equiseti (Fabricius) - Grypus equiseti - Male
Saint-Armand, Mississiquoi County, Quebec, Canada
June 12, 2004
Size: 7,6 mm
Taken from a wet field beside marshes with a sweeping net. It probably was on Equiseti sp. (host)

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Grypus equiseti (Fabricius) - Grypus equiseti - male Grypus equiseti (Fabricius) - Grypus equiseti - male Grypus equiseti (Fabricius) - Grypus equiseti - male Grypus equiseti (Fabricius) - Grypus equiseti - male

awesome. another circumboreal weevil...
both this one and A. carpini are common where i grew up, aux environs de Moscou

Moved from Erirhininae.

 
It's interesting
to see how similar sometimes Moscou is to Qu├ębec. Many of my post so far were known from you. And I've got a few more...

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