The clover root weevil attacks the clover plant in two ways: firstly the adults eat the leaves from the outside edge inwards, leaving a characteristic U-shaped gap; and secondly the weevil larvae eat the roots and associated bacterial nodules, making it harder for the clover plant to ‘fix’ atmospheric nitrogen.
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