Showing 28 types of WEEVILS
Native to Europe and Asia but introduced into North America prior to 1904 and now found throughout North America where host plants are grown.
This is a native of Asia.
This is a native insect in the northeastern United States, and now found in the southeastern Provinces of Canada.
The beetle is native to Asia but was found in North America in 1933, and now is found throughout eastern North America west to Texas.
These are native insects in North America.
It is believed that this beetle is native to northern Europe, but it has been present in North America since at least 1835. It now is found throughout the world.
It is believed this beetle is native to Central America, but entered the U.S. around 1892 to cause widespread devastation in all cotton growing areas. It also has made its way to South America. Due to its massive impact on cotton it resulted in diversification of agriculture in southern states of the U.S.
It is believed that this beetle is native to the Caribbean, and was imported into the U.S. around 1960 on plants from Puerto Rico. It now infests the Southeast U.S. west to Texas and on a regular basis is intercepted in shipments of plants in California.
These are native species that are found throughout North America.
It is believed this beetle is native to Central and South America, but now well established across the U.S. and throughout the world, with occasional occurrences in southern Canada. It’s presence on plants being shipped from California to Japan has caused those shipments to be turned away and quarantines to be put in place.
Believed to have originated in the eastern Mediterranean region, this weevil is now worldwide in occurrence, particularly in the cooler regions of the world. In the U.S. it tends to be more common in the northern half of the country.
This beetle is a native insect in western North America, from Mexico to British Columbia.
This is a native beetle in North America.
This is a native species in the Pacific Northwest of the U.S.
These are native beetles in western North America.
About 7 species of these native beetles occur in North America and are found throughout the U.S. and into southern Canada.
Native to North America, with only one genus in the family in the U.S.
This is a native species that is widely distributed east of the Rocky Mountains in North America.
This species is a native insect in North America and now is also found as an invasive in China.
Its origin is believed to be India, but it now is one of the most important grain destroying pests in the world, and is found worldwide.
A native beetle in western North America, and found throughout the continent, but primarily in the northern states and southern Canada, and most common in the West.
Most species in North America are native insects, with several species introduced from Europe.
True to its name this beetle is native to Europe and northern Asia, but it now is found throughout North America wherever elm tree hosts occur.
It is native to Europe but now found throughout North America, and is a serious agricultural pest in the Pacific Northwest.
The beetle is probably native to South America, but now is found worldwide in tropical regions and throughout the southern U.S. as well as in Hawaii and the Caribbean. It was first discovered in the U.S. in Louisiana in 1875.
Native to eastern Asia and the Orient, but introduced as early as 1914 in Pennsylvania, and it now occurs and is established along the east coast of the U.S.
Probably these are native insects in North America.
Probably native to the United States, but now found in many countries due to its transport in infested materials.