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Psilothrix viridicoerulea - Female Saved from a swimming pool :o)  Quick snapshot for documentation - sorry about the dirt and background ... Cleroidea,Coleoptera,Dasytidae,Dasytinae,France,Geotagged,Melyridae,Psilothrix,Psilothrix viridicoerulea Click/tap to enlarge Species introCountry intro

Psilothrix viridicoerulea - Female

Saved from a swimming pool :o) Quick snapshot for documentation - sorry about the dirt and background ...

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  1. Great save :) Posted 2 years ago

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''Psilothrix viridicoerulea'' is a species of soft-winged flower beetles belonging to the family Melyridae, subfamily Dasytinae.

This beetle is mainly present in Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece. There are additional localized populations in England, mostly on the southern coastline.

The adults grow up to 5–9 millimetres long, and are quite common in summer on meadows, pastures, and grasslands, to be seen on a variety of flowers. Pronotum and.. more

Similar species: Beetles
Species identified by Pudding4brains
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Uploaded Jan 2, 2017. Captured in 18 Rue du Puits de Ballans, 17160 Ballans, France.