Bowl Weevil

Photographed in a white bowl...

I think the first weevil I ever heard about was the infamous boll weevil, scourge of cotton crops everywhere.

However, this is not a ‘boll’ weevil, but a ‘bowl’ weevil…

🙄 apologies.

The largest weevil I have ever seen (about 16mm), this Lepyrus sp. was found feeding on the leaves of trembling aspen in Elk Island National Park, Alberta.

Thanks to BugGuide for the ID.

This entry was posted in Alberta, Coleoptera, Curculionidae, Insect, macro, National Park, photography, Summer.

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