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This orange-brown species has a markedly wide head (about two thirds the width of base of the pronotum) and the rostrum is long, reaching well beyond the hind coxae.
Found on conifers, in particular Scots Pine. A widespread species throughout much of Britain.
Length 4-5 mm
|Adult: Surrey (June 2012) ©Tristan