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Photo#513975
Weevil - Eusphyrus walshi

Weevil - Eusphyrus walshi
Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
May 9, 2011
Size: 3 mm

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Moved
Moved from Anthribinae.

Ormiscus walshii
looks like (Eusph*yrus once upon a time).

 
thanks a lot again, Don
i think it's the other way around: it's now Eusphyrus, resurrected in 1998(1)

nor sure... maybe Eusphyrus walshii
Moved from ID Request.

 
Thanks
A fungus weevil anyway - I had no idea.

 
please keep an eye out for them
the more pix we have the easier will be the task of figuring them out.
i'll revisit this one anyway.

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