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White flower chafer beetle

Mausoleopsis amabilis

Description:

Belongs to flower chafer group . Active during day that is diurnal. It is of tribus cetoniini and sub tribus leucocelina. Found in Pune, Maharashtra, india

Habitat:

Diurnal, herbivores, seen mostly on plants. Found in asia


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Pune, Maharashtra, India

Lat: 18.52, Long: 73.86

Spotted on Nov 6, 2017
Submitted on Nov 13, 2017

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