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041411Beetle2 - Glyptoscelis pubescens - male - female

041411Beetle2 - Glyptoscelis pubescens - Male Female
Horry County, South Carolina, USA
April 14, 2011

Moved tentatively
some weevils do look similar...

Moved from Snout and Bark Beetles.

Thanks V. That is why I did not attempt a guess

you missed it a bit...
same suborder, though ))
kiddin'. in fact, the two superfams (Chrysomeloidea & Curculionoidea) are not that far apart on the Tree

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