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Photo#871098
Curculionidae, dorsal - Dietzianus pygmaeus

Curculionidae, dorsal - Dietzianus pygmaeus
Sy Runkel, Monona County, Iowa, USA
August 29, 2013
Size: 1.5 mm
Loess Hills Prairie Remnant
sweep

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Dietzianus pygmaeus (Dietz), male
Moved from Anthonomus. ID'd from specimen. You can see the tip of the aedeagus sticking out in the second photo.

Nice new genus for BugGuide. Not many Anthonomus get this small, and the simple tarsal claws exclude Anthonomus anyway.

Moved

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