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English: Trichostetha bicolor feeding on flowers of Agathosma capensis (Rutaceae) at Saldanha Bay, September 2004 (Photo: L Clennell).
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Source Image file from Perissinotto R, Šípek P, Ball J (2014). "Description of adult and third instar larva of Trichostetha curlei sp. n. (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae, Cetoniinae) from the Cape region of South Africa". ZooKeys. DOI:10.3897/zookeys.428.7855. PMID 25161367. PMC: 4140519.
Author Perissinotto R, Šípek P, Ball J
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