Blueberry Blossom Weevil


Blueberry Blossom Weevils, also called Cranberry Weevils, are dark reddish beetles with white flecks on their wing covers (elytra). Each weevil has a snout nose. Blueberry Blossom Weevils overwinter in wooded areas near fields and move to blueberry bushes as early as bud swell. There is typically one generation per year in blueberry fields. This pest is most common in eastern North America.

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