The cypress weevil, Eudociminus mannerheimii (Boheman, 1836), is reported from northwestern Arkansas (new state record). The suspected host in this area is eastern red cedar (Juniperus virginiana L.), which represents a new host record. Additional new host records from arborvitae (Thuja L.) in North Carolina are reported. A brief redescription of the adult that expands upon the original description and photographs are included. Although cypress weevils are not generally considered pestiferous, a case of landscape trees likely killed by this species is included.
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Vol. 69 • No. 4