A weevil with mottled brown coloration, about 1 cm in length.
Found on my car, parked near a fragment of oak-hickory forest.
According to Bugguide.net, there are two ways to distinguish L. concavus from L. mucidus. 1. L. concavus has a conspicuously large indentation (hence concavus) at the back of the pronotum/front of the elytra, while L. mucidus has a much less pronounced concavity; 2. L. concavus has a yellowish "bloom" that rubs off when handling the weevil, while L. mucidus has a whitish bloom. I didn't handle this guy and don't know about the bloom (online images of the color of the weevils with bloom look much the same to me in that aspect). I can't see any conspicuous indentation in my spotting, so I'm leaning toward L. mucidus. As always, any help in identifying the species is greatly appreciated.