|Apple Blossom Weevil Anthonomus pomorum|
|A small weevil (around 3mm) which is regarded as a pest species of Apple and other related fruit trees. This adult was found on the wall of our kitchen at Market Warsop in early March 2010. It presumably arrived via the logs we were given for burning, which were from an old Pear tree, originally sourced from a house in Bakersfield, Nottingham during the Winter.|
|UK distribution of Anthonomus pomorum|
The UK distribution maps on eakringbirds.com are provided by the National Biodiversity Network (NBN Gateway) Each red square on the map indicates species present in 10km grid squares.
Updated September 2011
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