|scientific name Pissodes rotundatus |
common name Small Spruce Weevil
Pissodes rotundatus are found in coniferous forests.
Individuals have been collected from June to August.
There are no known conservation concerns.
Pissodes rotundatus feed on the boles and root collars of different Pine and Spruce trees (Smith and Sugden, 1969).
In Canada, P. rotundatus is found in British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. They have also been known to occur in Alaska and the Yukon (Bousquet, 1991).
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