[Acalles curtus Hamilton, 1893]
- Robust, black, clothed with a dirt colored crust concealing the sculpture, with intermixed slender, curved bristles pointing backwards; beak naked and punctured towards the tip, not carinate; front not channeled. Prothorax a little wider than long, rounded on the sides, obsoletely channeled. Elytra striate, with the interspaces slightly convex, with rows of reclinate bristles.
Length 2.5 mm.; 0.10 inch.
This project made possible by National Science Foundation Award EF 1207371