- Cambridge, Gwydir Street: 5 May 2001
- Length (head + body, not rostrum): 2.5mm
- On willow, using snout - well I thought it was sucking sap, but I'm told
it is laying eggs in sawfly galls.
- Identified from Joy's Handbook on the following points: tapered body, long snout with antennae midway along, black rostrum and antennae, size, host.
- Synonym: Balanobius salicivorus
- NBN Atlas