Other Common Names
The word 'curculio' is used in common names of a number of weevils belonging to other taxa, sometimes other families
Long slender beak; body robust. In some species, female snout may be longer than the body (never in males).
Associated with various Fagaceae, Juglandaceae, and Betulaceae(1)
Female uses her long snout for boring into nuts/acorns, and deposits eggs there. Larvae feed inside the acorn/nut and emerge to pupate in the soil.