Onthophagus binodis

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Onthophagus binodis Male
Onthophagus binodis Female
Details
Genus
Onthophagus
Length
11–13 mm
Colour
matt black
Horns
large lobe at front of pronotum (males), smaller in females
Flight time
day
Yearly Activity
late spring to autumn
Distribution

WA, SA, VIC, NSW, TAS, southeast QLD

Similar Species

Female O. taurus are similar to female O. binodis, but O. taurus females are shinier and the front of the pronotum is rounded.


Presence in Australia

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Note: Data is based on some recognised sources in the Atlas of Living Australia.


DBEE project species sightings

Map includes sightings that were reported during the DBEE project only.
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