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Weevil - Cionus scrophulariae

Weevil - Cionus scrophulariae
Nockamixon township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, USA
July 3, 2014
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loaded the hi-res here
thanks much!
for best results, images posted for identification, as well as for the guide, should be cropped so that the bug fills the frame

Andrew nailed it; very common in Europe but apparently not here
...yet! which is good
thanks for this lovely shot, Michael --any higher-res versions?

Moved from ID Request.

Yes I do have the original (5184 by 3456) of course I cropped and downsized to put it on this site. Let me know your intention, and we'll go from there.


could you please post hi-res images?
the form allows to upload images of up to ~3000x3000 [a bit more, in fact], and cropping the original tightly may yield a nice pic for the guide with very little or no downsizing

The site didn't like 3,000 by 3,000, any suggestions?

it seems the file should be under 2Mb; there are some subtle differences in compression, i guess -- see discussion at(1)
thanks a lot for trying --hope you figure it out

I will try my best!

I did submit the weevil again, I hope your able to use it?

Sure, I'll send it now.

Cionus scrophulariae
Looks like European weevil - Cionus scrophulariae.

Thanks Andrew!!! Sure looks to be right.

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