small weevil about 3-4mm long with white zig-zag markings.
No interactions present.
I'm no expert but it looks to me like a curculio, perhaps glandium or nucum.
Hmmm... I was thinking Coeliodes,
Not Curculio, it's somewhere around Coeliodes / Mogulones / Hadroplontus, but I don't know these genera well enough to suggest which is most likely. Was it associated with a plant species?
Entomologist and biological recorder
Swept from low vegetation so unfortunately I don't know where it was originally. There are some weevils with similar markings on www.kerbtier.org.de but none match exactly and aren't necessarily UK species anyway.
Just checked and M. campestris it is - good call,
Thanks Dave. It feeds on Ox-eye Daisy which was super-abundant on the site, so that makes sense. It's also nationally notable (Nb). I will look for it on the Ox-eye Daisy when I next visit the site.
Lat/Lng: 51.4136, -2.5817
OS grid ref: ST596684