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Weevil - Odontocorynus

Weevil - Odontocorynus
Suffern, Rockland County, New York, USA
May 30, 2012
Obviously the male, being smaller, is the lesser of two weevils.

Moved from Odontocorynus.

Moved from Baridinae.

Moved from ID Request. Funny scene with the same joke in the movie "Master and Commander", gets me every time...

Good one
That is funny! Thanks for the laugh.

that made me literally laugh out loud.

The weevil itself is in the Baridinae, maybe Odontocorynus or thereabouts.

Thanks for narrowing it down.
One might think that I posted this image for the sole purpose of using that line. Wrong!

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