When walking in the park, I always look at plants and flowers in the hope of finding some kind of insect.
And finally I saw the weevils.
For so many years I saw them for the first time !!!
But while I took out and turned on my tablet, they disappeared :-(
My searches were unsuccessful.
Frustrated, I continued my walk.
On the way back, I decided to look again in the same place, but
having already prepared your tablet.
What if I get lucky again ?!
And the main thing is that they were not averse to posing :-)
And here's what information I found about them on the Internet.
These weevils are called curculionibus exeduntur.
Weevils larvae develop in the stems of grasses and in their roots.
"Weevils" come in different wood colors - from gray-black to light beige, up to 3 cm long, pear-shaped body. The elongated shape of the head, as it were, with a "trunk" is characteristic. Phytophages - i.e. the larvae feed on plant tissues.
Weevils feed on almost all types of plants.
The larvae can harm field, vegetable, garden, forest crops."
The photos I were taken with a Lenovo TAB 2 A10-70L tablet