Conotrachelus anaglypticus (Cambium Curculio).
Size: approx. 4 mm. Photo: 08/08/14, 9 pm.

This small beetle is known to be a pest of fruits, especially peaches. The larvae also attack cotton plants. It can be found in the entire Eastern half of North America. An earlier name for this beetle was Cryptorhynchus anaglypticus. I think these odd names are great fit for this odd insect. The two photos show the same specimen that seemingly was attracted by lights. 

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