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The large leg tooth, pale legs and the sharp edge to the tibiae help to distinguish this species. If found in trees it also helps to separate it from other Phyllobius weevils many of which live in lower herbaceous vegetation.
See our ID Guide to Phyllobius weevils.
Found on a range of trees and shrubs in parks, gardens and woodland edge.
Best May and June.
One of the most common broad-nosed weevils it is widespread in Britain.
Frequent in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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