The Punctate Flower Chafer is a common beetle in eastern Australia during summer. It is a pale brown beetle with large black spots on the thorax and wing covers. The abdomen is yellowish with black bands and a few black spots on the rear end.
feeds on flowers
The female Punctate Flower Chafer lays eggs in the ground. The larva develops in the ground where it pupates before emerging as an adult in summer.
found from northern Queensland to central New South Wales
|Common Name:||Punctate Flower Chafer|