Picture an elephant with its trunk permanently extended. Shrink it into a 1/8-inch insect, with the trunk — now a snout — accounting for half its size, and you have the adult hollyhock weevil. These tiny insects have terminal, leaf- and bud-chewing jaws on their snouts and a pair of jointed antennae along their sides. Aptly named, their primary food source is hollyhock.
Photo by Glenn Marangelo on 5/21/20 in Missoula, MT