General Description

Body dark brown with lime green or yellow markings. Some of the markings on the top of the wing cases (elytra) look like a violin. Body up to 2 cm long.


Adult Fiddler Beetles feed on nectar and are often seen on flowers of eucalypts and other trees. They are strong fliers. The larvae live and feed in rotting wood or vegetation.


Eastern mainland Australia.


On vegetation.

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