Common in Australia These slow moving medium-size, soil inhabiting weevil or snout beetle are plant eaters common in the foliage of acacia trees that provides food and a location for females to lay eggs.
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What habitats does Leptopius duponti live in?
Common in the foliage of acacia trees
What is the distribution of Leptopius duponti?
Can be found across Australia
How big does Leptopius duponti grow?
A body length of around 20 mm
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