Auleutes tenuipes (LeConte, 1876)
Family: Curculionidae
Auleutes tenuipes image
Michael Shillingburg  

Black, thinly clothed with fine depressed hair-like scales. Beak punctured, carinate. Prothorax very coarsely punctured, dorsal channel deep towards the base, lateral tubercle small but acute. Elytra with the striae wide, deep and punctured; interspaces hardly wider than the striae, rough with small acute tubercles; base with a common whitish spot at the scutellar region. Legs slender, thighs unarmed, tibiae slightly curved; front pair without apical process. Claws cleft as usual.

Length 2.5 mm; 0.10inch.

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