Snout beetle
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British pronunciation/snˈaʊt bˈiːtəl/
American pronunciation/snˈaʊt bˈiːɾəl/
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a type of beetle characterized by its elongated snout or rostrum, known for its ability to cause damage to crops and stored grains

What is a "snout beetle"?

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A snout beetle is a type of beetle characterized by its elongated snout or rostrum. These beetles typically have a distinct snout that extends forward from their head, which they use for feeding and probing into plant material. Snout beetles can be found in various habitats and are known for their ability to cause damage to crops and stored grains. They have a diverse range of species and exhibit a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. Despite their small size, snout beetles play essential roles in ecosystems as both pests and beneficial insects.

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