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Definition of the noun curculionidae

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noun - plural: -

  1. true weevils: snout beetles

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Google previewAnnual Report of the Entomologist of the State Experiment Station of the University of Minnesota, to the Governor for the Year ... (1899)

by University of Minnesota. State Experiment Station

The family Curculionidae is the most important of the families of snout-beetles, including more than one-half of all the insects of this character found in the United States, and a large number of them are most destructive insects. In this family ...

Google previewInsects of South-Eastern Australia (2016)

An Ecological and Behavioural Guide by Roger Farrow

Weevils (Curculionidae, Attelabidae, Brentidae). The Curculionidae is the largest family of beetles in Australia with over 8000 species, many of which are hard to identify although all weevils have a characteristic rostrum that is often elongated.

Google previewTropical Biology and Conservation Management - VI (2009)

Phytopathology and Entomology by Kleber Del Claro, Paulo S. Oliveira, Victor Rico-Gray

Curculionidae is the largest family of beetles, and indeed perhaps the largest of any taxonomic group of living organism in the world, with over 60 000 worldwide described species. Most species (and genera) of weevils inhabiting leaf litter in ...

Google previewReport (1899)

by Minnesota. State Entomologist, Otto Lugger

The family Curculionidae is the most important of the families of snout-beetles, including more than one-half of all the insects of this character found in the United States, and a large number of them are most destructive insects. In this family ...

Google previewAnnual report (1900)

The family Curculionidae is the most important of the families of snout-beetles, including more than one-half of all the insects of this character found in the United States, and a large number of them are most destructive insects. In this family ...

Google previewAnnual Report of the Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of Minnesota (1900)

by University of Minnesota. Agricultural Experiment Station

The family Curculionidae is the most important of the families of snout-beetles, including more than one-half of all the insects of this character found in the United States, and a large number of them are most destructive insects. In this family ...

Google previewBulletin - Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Minnesota (1899)

The family Curculionidae is the most important of the families of snout-beetles, including more than one-half of all the insects of this character found in the United States, and a large number of them are most destructive insects. In this family ...

Google previewBulletin (1898)

The family Curculionidae is the most important of the families of snout-beetles, including more than one-half of all the insects of this character found in the United States, and a large number of them are most destructive insects. In this family ...

Google previewInsects of Minnesota (1895)

by University of Minnesota. Agricultural Experiment Station

The family Curculionidae is the most important of the families of snout-beetles, including more than one-half of all the insects of this character found in the United States, and a large number of them are most destructive ...

Google previewPublications (1898)

Entomology] by Minnesota. Agricultural Experiment Station

The family Curculionidae is the most important of the families of snout-beetles, including more than one-half of all the insects of this character found in the United States, and a large number of them are most destructive insects. In this family ...

Google previewInsects of the Great Lakes Region (1996)

by Gary A. Dunn

Snout Beetles and Weevils (Family Curculionidae) The Curculionidae is the largest family of beetles. All its members are easily distinguished by the front ...

Google previewAnnual Report of the Department of Agriculture and Food (1894)

by Ontario. Dept. of Agriculture and Food

The Curculionidae is a numerous family and nearly all are harmful. Mr. Billups, who read a paper at one of our meetings at Niagara, stated that the members of this family number nearly ten thousand species, many of which are injurious to our ...

Google previewEcological Impacts of Non-Native Invertebrates and Fungi on Terrestrial Ecosystems (2009)

by David Langor, Jon Sweeney

Also, Curculionidae is the most species-rich family of beetles, so it is not unexpected to see this family well represented in the non-native fauna. Some weevils, especially those, such as Otiorhynchus spp., that feed on plant roots and spend ...

Google previewSessional Papers - Legislature of the Province of Ontario (1894)

by Ontario. Legislative Assembly

The Curculionidae is a numerous family and nearly all are harmful. Mr. Billups, who read a paper at one of our meetings at Niagara, stated that the members of this family number nearly ten thousand species, many of which are injurious to our ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Animals (2004)

A Complete Visual Guide by Fred Cooke

in length Family Curculionidae Sometimes called snout beetles, weevils constitute Curculionidae. the largest of all families in the animal kingdom A prominent ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Entomology (2011)

[Coleoptera: Curculionidae]: ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Science, Literature, & Art (1875)

Comprising the Definitions and Derivations of the Scientific Terms in General Use, Together with the History and Descriptions of the Scientific Principles of Nearly Every Branch of Human Knowledge by William Thomas Brande, George William Cox

A Linnaean genus of Coleopterous insects, now the type of an extensive family, Curculionidae, or weevils belonging to the Tetramerous section of the order. The prolongation of the anterior part of the head, in the form of a proboscis or snout, ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica, Or Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature (1855)

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We have little detailed information regarding the internal structure of the Curculionidae. Two species (Atte- labus betuleti and Cryptorhynchus lapathi) have been examined and described by Ramdhor.2 In both of these the Coleoptera ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of South American Aquatic Insects: Hemiptera - Heteroptera (2011)

Illustrated Keys to Known Families, Genera, and Species in South America by Charles W. Heckman

The second approach will be used for aquatic species belonging to predominantly terrestrial taxa, such as the order Lepidoptera or the families Curculionidae and Muscidae. In such cases, the number of terrestrial species involved is too great ...

Google previewFoods and Food Production Encyclopedia (2012)

by Douglas M. Considine

family Curculionidae, order, Coleoptera). An occasional pest in potato fields. The beetle larva eats out the interior of the plant stalks, usually causing the plant to die. The insect is most injurious to ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1859)

Or, Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature by Thomas Stewart Traill

The oldest known, those from the lOWer coal measures, resemble the Curculionidae and Blattidle or Locustide of the preL— A'l'known species, only ...

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