[Tychius albidus , more]
Very small, elongate, brown, above coarsely pubescent, beneath densely covered with large scales; beak nearly straight, slender; head scaly. Prothorax hardly wider than long, narrowed in front, sides oblique, scarcely rounded. Elytra a little wider than the prothorax, striae well impressed, interspaces slightly convex, each with a row of pale bristles. Beak, antennae and feet ferruginous; thighs unarmed, not sinuate beneath; funicle 6- jointed.
Length 1.2 mm.; 0.045 inch.
This project made possible by National Science Foundation Award EF 1207371