Auleutes asper (LeConte, 1876)
Family: Curculionidae
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Michael Shillingburg  
Brown, mottled with coarse white scale-like hairs. Beak rather stout, coarsely punctured, flattened above, feebly carinate. Prothorax coarsely punctured, dorsal channel obsolete, lateral tubercles small, acute. Elytra deeply striate, interspaces wider than the striae, convex, each with a row of large, distant, acute tubercles; tibiae slender, slightly curved, front pair with a very small spine directed outwards, at the external apical angle.

Length 2.2mm; 0.085 inch.

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