Fuller rose beetle
Fuller's rose weevil
Definition of Fuller rose beetle
: a small broad-snouted grayish weevil (Pantomorus godmani) feeding on the leaves of numerous cultivated plants and being especially destructive to citrus and certain ornamentals
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Origin and Etymology of fuller rose beetle
perhaps after Andrew S. Fuller †1896 American horticulturist
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