Sitophilus granarius

Eggs are laid in small holes chewed by females and the larvae develop inside kernels of whole corn, wheat, barley, rice, pet food, bird seed, sunflower seeds and occasionally old pasta, chestnuts and acorns.

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Common NamesGranary Weevil


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