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Oedemera atrata W. Schmidt, 1846 ♂

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Oedemera atrata W. Schmidt, 1846 ♂

Pythagorio, SAMOS ● Greece

Description: They are entirely black or very dark green or dark purple. The adults grow up to 6–9 millimetres (0.24–0.35 in) long.

Biology : They can mostly be encountered from May through July feeding on pollen and nectar.

Distribution: Spain, France, Italy, Albania, Croatia, Greece and the Near East.

References:
Wikipedia, Oedemera atrata





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