Stephanorrhina guttata

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Stephanorrhina guttata
Scarabaeidae - Stephanorrhina guttata.JPG
Stephanorrhina guttata. Mounted specimen at the Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Milano
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S. guttata
Binomial name
Stephanorrhina guttata
(Olivier, 1789)

Stephanorrhina guttata, common name Spotted Flower Beetle, is a species of beetles belonging to the Scarabaeidae family, Cetoniinae subfamily, tribe Goliathini.

Description[edit]

Stephanorrhina guttata can reach about 25 millimetres (0.98 in) in length. It has a brilliant metallic green and red coloration, with white spots on the elytra.

Distribution[edit]

This species occurs in Cameroon and Nigeria.

Subspecies[edit]

  • Stephanorrhina guttata aschantica Schürhoff, 1942
  • Stephanorrhina guttata colini Schürhoff, 1942
  • Stephanorrhina guttata insularis Allard, 1989
  • Stephanorrhina guttata meridionalis Allard, 1991
  • Stephanorrhina guttata uelensis Allard, 1991

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