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Bruchid - Pachymerus nucleorum

Bruchid - Pachymerus nucleorum
Rotonda West, Charlotte County, Florida, USA
June 5, 2011
Size: 9.5 mm
Collected three of these at porch light.

Is this Pachymerus nucleorum? And how do you separate that species from Caryobruchus & Caryedon?

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Moved

have you tried Kingsolver? ah, it's not there...
has to be P. nucleorum, based on size & habitus

 
yes
Its not in there, unless there is a synonymy I'm not aware of.

 
not in there: it's a relatively new [2005] immigrant
i've just added some info to the sp. page

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