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“…The oldest Curculionoidea are described from the Middle Jurassic of China [8] and the Middle-Upper Jurassic of Kazakhstan [2,[8][9][10][11][12]. The major families appear in the Lower Cretaceous [2,[13][14][15][16][17], while the major subfamilies occur in the Palaeogene [2,17].…”
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“…The oldest Curculionoidea are described from the Middle Jurassic of China [8] and the Middle-Upper Jurassic of Kazakhstan [2,[8][9][10][11][12]. The major families appear in the Lower Cretaceous [2,[13][14][15][16][17], while the major subfamilies occur in the Palaeogene [2,17].…”
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“…Head almost spherical, transversely wrinkled ventrally. Rostrum almost cylindrical, long, about 1.7 times as long as pronotum, about16.0 times as long as width at apex and at base, about 13.3 times as long as wide at mid-rostrum, distinctly curved, finely punctate. Mandibles articulated in vertical plane, small, triangular.…”
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