Sibinia fulva (LeConte, 1876: 219)
Family: Curculionidae
[Itychus fulvus ]
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Above densely clothed with fulvous scales, scutellum, and beneath cinereous; beak finely punctured, pubescent at base, narrowed towards the tip. Prothorax wider than long, much narrowed and distinctly constricted in front, bisinuate at base, with the medial angle obtusely rounded. Elytra at base not wider than the prothorax, humeri oblique, obtuse; striae impressed, interspaces flat. Beak, antennae and legs ferruginous.

Cape San Lucas, Lower California; Mr. Xantus.

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