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Thank you bro bayucca for the help
Agree with Episomus sp., we can trust Michael's ID. I think it is even the same species as the one from Albert.Good job, Bros!
thank you bro lanzz
Yup, i make a suggestion. Just copy it...
on sciencetific field should i just fill it episomus sp bro lanzz?
So you can ID it as Broad-Nosed Weevil - Episomus sp.
yeah bro hard to id to species level but it ok found common name Broad-nosed weevil
This is some research of Episomus sp. http://www.scribd.com/doc/6906183/EPISOM......Another spotting here in PN - http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/149....
Yup, this weevil is from the genus Episomus... So many species in Malaysia, so it hard to ID to species level....
owhh thank you bayucca, hard to identified to many species
thank you vivbraznell
Great spotting zaidirazak! Beautiful image .... I love these weevils
Not really, it is only the subfamily, I am not sure if we can get down to genus/species level.
thank you bayucca , so is this the sciencetific id for this weevil ?
thank you james :D
Curious and awesome...nice spotting, cannot wait to see ID
Spotted on May 10, 2014 Submitted on Jun 20, 2014
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