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Medium-sized Idaho beetle found under a log - Otiorhynchus ovatus

Medium-sized Idaho beetle found under a log - Otiorhynchus ovatus
Camass Wildlife Refuge, Jefferson County, Idaho, USA
April 29, 2011
Size: approx 6mm
This can certainly be frassed. This is the only photo I took. I'm curious about the antennae.

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Medium-sized Idaho beetle found under a log - Otiorhynchus ovatus Very small Idaho beetle found under a log - Otiorhynchus ovatus

Moved
Moved from Beetles. Only photos for Idaho, so i won't frass it.

Thanks for the ID.

6 mm is moderate-sized ))
Very small Idaho beetle is Otiorhynchus ovatus, a eurotramp weevil common all over NA

 
Gotta agree.
Here's my scale:
enormous = ...... > 65mm
giant = ............. 35-65mm
large = ............. 20-35mm
medium large = 10-20mm
medium-sized = 5-10mm
small = ............. 3-5mm
very small = ..... 2-3mm
tiny = ............... 1-2mm
minute = .......... < 1mm

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