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Rhinotia sp.

belid weevil

These weevils belong to a distinct family (Belidae). They are long-bodies insects which, as adults, feed at flowers and are believed to be important pollinators. The larvae of most species bore into diseased wood, particularly Acacia.

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Rhinotia sp. (belid weevil) at Coolumburra, NSW - 2 Jan 2016 by HarveyPerkins Rhinotia sp. (belid weevil) at Sanctuary Point - Basin Walking Track Bushcare - 29 Dec 2012 by christinemrigg
Rhinotia sp. (belid weevil) at Coolumburra, NSW - 2 Jan 2016 by HarveyPerkins
Rhinotia sp. (belid weevil) at Sanctuary Point - Basin Walking Track Bushcare - 29 Dec 2012 by christinemrigg

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Species information

  • Rhinotia sp. Scientific name
  • belid weevil Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive
  • External link More information

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