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Close up of Tropinota hirta beetle crawling on Field Gromwell (B Macro photo of Tropinota hirta beetle. ** Note: Shallow depth of field Bulgaria,Tropinota hirta,animal,background,beautiful,beauty,beetle,black,brown,bug,close,close-up,closeup,color,front,green,insect,isolated,leaf,macro Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

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  1. Masterful photo, Julian! Super sharp, well composed, and love the light. Posted 8 months ago

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Tropinota hirta is an univoltine species. The larva feeds on decaying plant matter and roots in the soil. The adult appears at the end of March mostly on yellow flowers and feeds on pollen.

Similar species: Beetles
Species identified by Julian Popov
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Uploaded May 14, 2018. Captured in Unnamed Road, 6411, Bulgaria.