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Anthonomus? - Coniatus splendidulus

Anthonomus? - Coniatus splendidulus
Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, New Mexico, USA
July 19, 2011
Size: 2.8 mm
A couple of these attractive little weevils flew to UV light last summer. I think they should be a scaly Anthonomus, but using the Clark and Burke refs on the web, I could only eliminate the Cnemocyllus group (and Epimechus, Chelonychus and Magdalinops). Maybe in the not yet published squamosus group? Anyone know? Funicle=7segs, claws divaricate, thickened but not toothed, hind tibiae quite straight.

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nice series, Rick
itrod'd to control tamarisk
Moved from Snout and Bark Beetles.

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