|Ceutorhynchus pallidactylus is often described as a pest species of Oil-seed Rape, but it's distribution is sometimes quite patchy. Despite being a common weevil, this was the first known record for Sherwood Forest NNR and was found by sweeping low vegetation, near to fields of Oil-seed Rape in April 2009. It occurs on many varieties of cultivated Brassica plants.|
|UK distribution of Ceutorhynchus pallidactylus|
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