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The golden stag beetle (Lamprima aurata) is a species of beetle in the family Lucanidae. It measures between 15 and 25 mm in length and is relatively common in east Australia. It feeds mainly on vegetation such as Eucalyptus or Acacia.
- L. aurata at CSIRO
- A very high resolution macro (gigamacro) image of Lamprima aurata that the viewer can scroll around and zoom in for an extreme closeup view of any part.[dead link]
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