Eurymetopus vittatus Kuschel
Geographic distribution
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  • Uruguay
Other distribution

  • Eurymetopus vittatus Kuschel 1945: 128
E. vittatus differentiates from the remaining species of Eurymetopus, because the rostrum is more slender and elongate, and the elytra have dark-brown vittae along all the even intervals, intercalated with light vittae on the odd-numbered intervals.

A key to species of Eurymetopus was given by Lanteri (1984) and Lanteri & Morrone (1995).

It is Associated with gramineous plants of the Pampean biogeographic province.
  • KUSCHEL G. 1945. Aportes entomológicos I (Curculionidae). Anales de la Sociedad Científica Argentina 139: 120- 136.
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