Oak Timberworm Beetle

Oak Timberworm Beetle

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Caption: Male oak timberworm beetle (Arrhenodes minutus), a primitive weevil of the family Brentidae. This beetle sometimes damages oak, beech and poplar trees. Females lay eggs in living trees that have been damaged. Hatched larvae form pinhole burrows. Photographed in central Pennsylvania.

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