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WEEVILS

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Showing 6 types of WEEVILS

Bean Weevil

Latin Name: Acanthoscelides obtectus

This species may be native to North America, but now is found throughout the world as a pest of stored dry legumes.

Broadbean Weevil

Latin Name: Bruchus rufimanus

Possibly a native of North Africa, but now cosmopolitan.

Coffee Bean Weevil

Latin Name: Araecerus fasciculatus

It is native to India but now occurs throughout the world due to commerce and movement of infested products. It is established in all tropical regions and while commonly found in North America it does not survive well outside of the stored food products.

Cowpea Weevil

Latin Name: Callosobruchus maculatus

Latin Family Name: Bruchidae

This species may be native to North America, but now is found throughout the world as a pest of stored dry legumes.

Granary Weevil

Latin Name: Sitophilus granarius

Latin Family Name: Curculionidae

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.

Rice Weevil

Latin Name: Sitophilus oryzae

Latin Family Name: Curculionidae

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.

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