The common name for this family of beetles is straight snouted weevils. Over 1,700 species are known worldwide.

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Arrhenodes minutus (Drury, 1773). The common name for this species is oak timberworm weevil. Larvae tunnel in the wood of living oak trees. Adults are often found under the bark. They often feed on sap and fungi (and insects) directly under the bark. Adults are sometimes attracted to lights at night. This specimen was collected by Mark DuBois in Marshall Co., Illinois.