Acalles clavatus (Say, 1831)
Family: Curculionidae
[Acalles scabrosus ]
Acalles clavatus image
Michael Shillingburg  
Body brown, covered with short, upright, clavate bristles: rostrum moderate, arquated: thorax with the punctures visible : elytra with striae of punctures, the clavate bristles on the interstitial lines.

Inhabits Florida. Length nearly one-tenth of an inch.

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