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What do snout beetles eat?

What do snout beetles eatWeevils are almost entirely plant feeders, and most species are associated with a narrow range of hosts, in many cases only living on a single species.


Snout beetles description:

Curculionidae, weevils, also called snout beetles or curculios (not to be confused with the genus Curculio), is the family of the "true" weevils (or snout beetles). With over 40,000 species described worldwide, it is the largest of any animal family.
They are recognized by their distinctive long snout and geniculate antennae with small clubs; beyond that, curculionids have considerable diversity of form and size, with adult lengths ranging from 1 mm to 40 mm.

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