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Strawberry root weevil

Strawberry root weevil

Jeff Hahn

Strawberry root weevils

Jeff Hahn

Size: 1/4 inch long

Where/When: Found in homes, particularly around sources of moisture, such as sinks, basins, tubs, and toilets from late June into September.

Significance: Does not harm people or property, although it can be a nuisance.

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