Rhabdoscelus obscurus

Names

Rhabdoscelus obscurus in different languages.

Beetle borer
Calandra obscura
Cane weevil borer
Hawaiian sugarcane borer
New Guinea cane weevil borer
New Guinea sugarcane weevil
Rhabdocnemis fausti
Rhabdocnemis interruptocostatus
Rhabdocnemis maculata
Rhabdocnemis maculatus
Rhabdocnemis nudicollis
Rhabdocnemis obscura
Rhabdocnemis promissus
Rhabdoscelis obscura
Rhabdoscelus maculata
Rhabdoscelus maculatus
Sphenophorus beccarii
Sphenophorus insularis
Sphenophorus interruptecostatus
Sphenophorus maculata
Sphenophorus maculatus
Sphenophorus nudicollis
Sphenophorus obscurus
Sphenophorus promissus
Sphenophorus sulcipes
Sphenophorus tincturatus
Sugarcane weevil borer
Cane weevil borer
Hawaiian sugarcane borer
New Guinea sugarcane weevil
Calandra obscura
Rhabdocnemis obscura
Sphenophorus obscurus

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Rhabdoscelus obscurus


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Screening Aid
The sugar cane weevil, Rhabdoscelus obscurus (Boisduval), a native
of New Guinea, is a relatively large weevil that has spread to many
areas of the world, especially sugar cane growing regions of the
Pacific. The preferred host is sugar cane but this weevil has been
known to attack a large variety of plants, including banana and a
variety of palms, and infrequently corn. Larvae feed on stalks and
stems creating large tunnels,...

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