As part of an ongoing survey to determine the geographic distribution of Euhrychiopsis lecontei (Dietz) in California water systems, three aquatic species from two subfamilies of Curculionidae were found associated with two species of water milfoil. An accounting of weevils associated with water milfoil is provided, as well as a brief synopsis of E. lecontei as a biological control agent, a detailed distribution map for E. lecontei in California, and diagnostic characters to distinguish E. lecontei from other aquatic and semi-aquatic weevils.
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Vol. 67 • No. 2