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Big-eyed weevil - Eugnamptus angustatus

Big-eyed weevil - Eugnamptus angustatus
Nashua, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
July 9, 2006
Size: TBA
This five-legged attelabid showed up at my MV light. Its snout has the toothy look of a bren*tid's, which no doubt lead to their being dubbed "tooth-nosed snout weevils," subfamily Rhynchitinae.

IDed from photo in Marshall's "Insects: Their Natural History and Diversity."

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