Pest description and damage Identification is important as multiple species differ in susceptibility to pesticides and may have different life cycles. Adult weevils are dark colored, nocturnal beetles, 0.2 to 0.25 inch in length, with a snout (rostrum) and elbowed antennae. In addition to the ragged notches in leaves, the weevils may girdle some of the stems resulting in dead branch tips. The C-shaped, legless weevil larvae are white with tan heads, up to 0.5 inch in size. They rarely cause significant damage in established landscapes.
For biology, life history, monitoring and management
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