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Photo#498547
snout beetle - Listronotus delumbis

snout beetle - Listronotus delumbis
Medford, (~25 miles east of Philadelphia, PA) Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
July 17, 2010
Size: 4.5mm
looks to be a broad-nosed, but beyond that, I can't tell. Suggestions welcome :)

came to UV light

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snout beetle - Listronotus delumbis snout beetle - Listronotus delumbis

Moved
Moved from Listronotus.

ID
Listronotus delumbis (Gyllenhal) A distinctive but highy variable species, divergent in pattern of scales and highly variable in size with 4.5mm approaching the largest.

 
thanks again, Charlie and Tim
4.5mm did sound like a lot to me, too

Moved tentatively; looks nice -- let's see what Charlie says

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