Green Leaf Weevil
Found this guy crawling on my leg after resting from a bike ride and so I immediately set the beautiful beetle on a leaf and captured his awesomeness. I do need ID help (Wildflower?) My initial guess is a Green Leaf Weevil however after some brief research I am still unsure.
Length 9 mm. This beetle has a metallic bluish-green covering of scales. However the scales easily rub off and older specimens can look almost black. The front femur has a prominent tooth and the scales are oval. Most commonly found on Nettles, from April to late June.