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Monday, May 28, 2012

Common Dotted Fruit Chafer (Cyrtothyrea Sp)

 Family Scarabaeidae 
These are small beetles, about 9mm and are found in the coastal areas as well as central and northern regions.

The adults are attracted to fruits and flowers especially Arum Lilies.