Cylindrocopturus adspersus (LeConte, 1876)
Family: Curculionidae
[Copturodes cockerelli ,  more]
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Soon Flynn  
Elongate, black, beneath densely clothed with dirty white scales, above with ochreous scales, varied with dark brown and white spots. Head and frons as in C. operculatus; antennae pale testaceous, second joint of funicle longer than the third. Prothorax longer than wide, narrowed and feebly constricted near the tip; surface coarsely and densely punctured, scales large, rounded, concealing the punctures, the white spots are three at the base und three at the tip, indicating thus three, more or less interrupted white vittae. Elytra with well marked punctured striae, and flat inter-spaces; white marks conspicuous, indicating an annular basal mark, composed of small spots, then a long sutural line, and two oblique, interrupted bands behind the middle. Hind thighs with an indistinct band. Length 3.3 mm; 0.13 inch. 
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