Measuring around 4 mm, this is a chestnut brown weevil with white markings on the elytra which may be quite faint.
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Associated with Hawthorn and found in hedgerows, woodland and scrub areas.
Peak time is April to August.
Widespread, particularly in the southern half of Britain.
Fairly frequent in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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