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Photo#920360
Bronze weevil - Pseudorimus orbicollis

Bronze weevil - Pseudorimus orbicollis
Mt. Taylor, Cibola County, New Mexico, USA
May 10, 2014
Size: ~10mm
Off of FS Rd.193 under bark of a standing dead Ponderosa pine. Most closely resembles orbicollis to me, how far off am I?

Moved, needs a tribal move too apparently

ID
Pseudorimus orbicollis Van Dyke and the tribe is Entimini, not Tanymecini.

 
Thank you,
Charles for the ID. Awesome!

Moved tentatively...
In this tribe at the very least...

Moved from Broad-nosed Weevils.

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