Apion

noun
Api·on | \ˈāpēˌän\

Definition of Apion 

: a large cosmopolitan genus of small long-beaked weevils including a number of serious pests of cultivated plants

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History and Etymology for Apion

New Latin, from Greek, pear; from the shape of the beak

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