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Photo#559666
Weevil - Barilepton undescribed

Weevil - Barilepton undescribed
Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA
August 7, 2011
Size: ~2.5 mm

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Weevil - Barilepton undescribed Weevil - Barilepton undescribed

Barilepton sp. --det. J. Prena
his comment: "I think it is undescribed. All specimens I have seen are from Mexico."

Moved from Apinocis saccharidis.

 
V
I still have the specimen. Do you think Dr. Prena would be interested in it?

 
i'm sure he would

 
Alright
I'll send him an email. UPDATE: He has confirmed it is undescribed.

Moved
Moved from Baridinae.

Moved

ID
Appears to be Baridinae, perhaps Apinocis but lateral view is needed.

 
Thanks
added.

cool... no idea!! mind adding a lateral?

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