One of several species of Phyllotocus commonly found on flowers (including garden species) during summer. This one can be recognised by having the elytra entirely translucent yellow and without any setae except a few near the base (i.e. next to the pronotum) and along the suture (i.e. the centreline where the elytra join). P. rufipennis is slightly larger than the other day-active Phyllotocus.
MapsBlack Mountain Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve Gigerline Nature Reserve Goorooyarroo The Pinnacle Aranda Bushland Kama Sth Tablelands Ecosystem Park ANBG National Arboretum Forests Illilanga & Baroona
PlacesWatson, ACT Paddys River, ACT Conder, ACT Bruce, ACT Acton, ACT Pialligo, ACT Murrumbateman, NSW Michelago, NSW Tharwa, ACT Tennent, ACT Forde, ACT Cook, ACT Holt, ACT Hawker, ACT Macarthur, ACT Dunlop, ACT Molonglo Valley, ACT
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