Anthonomus bituberculatus Thomson, 1868
on Crataegus, Prunus
the larva develops in the flower bud, that remains closed; here also the pupation takes place. That the larva would develop in unfolding leaf buds, as is stated by Redfern & Shirley, seems less probable.
Occasionally also Crataegus and Prunus domestica, spinosa.
Anthonomus rosinae Gozis, 1882.
Balalaikins (2012a), Baviera & Caldara (2020a), Delbol (2013a). Dieckmann (1968a, 1988a), Germann (2017a), Houard (1908a), Kofler (2014a), Morris (1982a), Redfern & Shirley (2011a), Rheinheimer & Hassler (2010a).