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Naupactus leucoloma (Boheman)
10mm length; grey with pale grey lines on thorax and elytra; thickened femurs; fine 8mm long segmented antennae with 'club' ends; overall a slighlty rough or furry appearance.
Found crossing a footpath in a well planted suburban laneway above a creek. This location is always damp and seems to be permanently in clover.
(Family: Curculionidae: SubFamily: Entiminae) Sitona lepidus? Problem: According to PADIL this should not be in Australia !!? also antennae too long... size issue Thanks to Dr.K Walker at PaDil I am changing the ID to Naupactus leucoloma (Boheman) http://www.padil.gov.au/pests-and-diseas...