Euoniticellus fulvus

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Euoniticellus fulvus Male
Euoniticellus fulvus Female
Details
Genus
Euoniticellus
Length
8–12 mm
Colour
yellow to medium brown, no speckling on pronotum. Wing covers may have dark brown patches but no speckling
Horns
none; males have two ridges at front of head but females have none
Flight time
day
Yearly Activity
spring to autumn
Distribution

WA, SA, VIC, NSW, TAS

Similar Species

Similar to other species of Euoniticellus, but its small size and lack of markings set it apart.


Presence in Australia

 

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DBEE project species sightings

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