Pest description and damage Identification is important as these species differ in susceptibility to pesticides. Adult weevils are dark colored, nocturnal beetles from 0.2 and 0.25 inch in length, with a snout (rostrum) and elbowed antennae. Look for ragged notches on the edges of leaves or flower petals. Larvae are C-shaped, legless, and white, sometimes reddish, with tan heads, up to 0.5 inch in size. The larvae are rarely a significant problem in established landscapes.
For biology, life history, monitoring and management
See "Root weevil" in:
Chemical Control of Landscape Pests