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Photo#604358
Weevil Beetle - Rhinusa antirrhini

Weevil Beetle - Rhinusa antirrhini
Edmundston, Madawaska County, New Brunswick, Canada
July 17, 2011
Size: 2,6mm
Which genus or species?

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Rhinus antirrhini (Paykull)
Correct, this is Rhinus antirrhini (Paykull). Note that antirrhini (Paykull) and tetrum (Fabricius) are now placed in the genus Rhinus.

 
+ 'a' (Rhinusa)
yup, all three of our imported congeners are in that genus, formerly a subgenus... i'll simply rename the page

Moved
Moved from Curculioninae.

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