Weevil Sp.

Prosayleus hopei Boheman, 1840

A weevil that can be found locally on plants in the Proteaceae family e.g. Banksia, Hakea etc.

How to identify Prosayleus hopei?

Oblong-ovate, black, above gray-underneath silvery-scaly, sprinkled with very short pale bristles. thorax densely wrinkled-granulated, in the middle canaliculated; elytra thinly punctate-striated, the interstices slightly convex

What habitats does Prosayleus hopei live in?

Can be found among plants in the Proteaceae family

What is the distribution of Prosayleus hopei?

Southern Australia

How big does Prosayleus hopei grow?

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