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Jewel beetle (Buprestidae)Diphucrania sp. (genus)

Jewel beetle

Larvae are wood borers and adults feed on leaves or flower parts such as petals. The host plants of most species are wattles (Acacia).

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Diphucrania sp. (genus) (Jewel beetle) at The Pinnacle - 21 Feb 2019 Diphucrania sp. (genus) (Jewel beetle) at Mount Painter - 11 Jan 2019 Diphucrania sp. (genus) (Jewel beetle) at Mount Painter - 28 Dec 2018 Diphucrania sp. (genus) (Jewel beetle) at Sth Tablelands Ecosystem Park - 1 Dec 2018 Diphucrania sp. (genus) (Jewel beetle) at Manar, NSW - 11 Nov 2018
Diphucrania sp. (genus) (Jewel beetle) at The Pinnacle - 21 Feb 2019
Diphucrania sp. (genus) (Jewel beetle) at Mount Painter - 11 Jan 2019
Diphucrania sp. (genus) (Jewel beetle) at Mount Painter - 28 Dec 2018
Diphucrania sp. (genus) (Jewel beetle) at Sth Tablelands Ecosystem Park - 1 Dec 2018
Diphucrania sp. (genus) (Jewel beetle) at Manar, NSW - 11 Nov 2018

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Diphucrania sp. (genus)
Diphucrania sp. (genus)
Diphucrania sp. (genus)

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