Notaris acridulus


Over all length - 5mm. A small dark weevil covered with fine brown hair that rubs off as the insect ages. The elytra and pronotum are heavily punctured.


Wet, marshy areas, particularly associated with Reed Sweet-grass.

Status and distribution

Fairly common and widespread throughout Britain, thinning out towards the north of Scotland. Common in Nottinghamshire and at Netherfield Lagoons.

Best time to see

May to September.