Green Scarab Beetle

Diphucephala colaspidoides (Gyllenhal, 1817)

A dumpy, metallic-green beetle with short, clubbed (flabellate) antennae. Wing-cases are finely stippled. Legs and underside are coated in fine white hairs and bristles. Fully-winged

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What habitats does Diphucephala colaspidoides live in?

Heathlands and woodlands, lowlands and uplands, often found on flowering shrubs or among young foliage

What is the distribution of Diphucephala colaspidoides?

South-eastern Australia

How big does Diphucephala colaspidoides grow?

body-length 0.8 cm

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