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Flower Chafers Gallery

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Choose from 41 pictures in our Flower Chafers collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Dicronorhina sp., rose chafer beetle Featured Flower Chafers Print

Dicronorhina sp., rose chafer beetle

A rose chafer beetle from Africa from the family Scarabaeidae; Cetoniinae. Chafer beetles have a characteristic V-shape where their wings meet and are a member of the same family as dung beetles. Date

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Angiosperm, Angiospermae, Animal, Arthropod, Arthropoda, Beetle, Cetoniidae, Cetoniinae, Chafer, Chafer Beetle, Coleoptera, Dicot, Dicotyledon, Dicronorhina, Entomological, Eudicot, Eurosid, Fabidae, Flower Beetle, Flower Chafer, Flower Scarab, Flowering Plant, Fruit Chafer, Green, Hexapod, Hexapoda, Insect, Insecta, Insects, Invertebrata, Invertebrate

Group of beetles Featured Flower Chafers Print

Group of beetles

Group of beetles on flower of Dwarf apple (Angophora hispida): two Fiddler beetles (Eupoecila australasiae), left and top centre, and a Jewel beetle (Stigmodera macularia) on the right.

Royal National Park, New South Wales, Australia

Animal, Australian, Beetle, Coleoptera, Colourful, Directly Above, Eupoecila, Fauna, Flower Beetle, Flower Chafer, Flower Scarab, Flowers, Green And Black, Insect, Insects, Miispecies, Mixed Species, Patterned, Rose Chafer, Scarab Beetle, Scarabaeidae, Stamens, Wildlife

Flower chafer beetles Featured Flower Chafers Print

Flower chafer beetles

Flower chafer beetles. View of the upper side of a selection of flower chafer scarab beetles (Eudicella gralli mechowi) - a subspecies of the flamboyant flower beetle (Eudicella gralli). These insects live in the rainforests of Africa, where they feed on the nectar and pollen of flowers. The bodies of these specimens measure 4cm long