Acmaeodera

Acmaeodera is a genus of beetles in the family Buprestidae, a group of metallic wood-boring beetles favored by insect collectors. Whereas most beetles including most buprestids fly with their elytra held out and vibrating their hindwings to give lift and thrust, the Acmaedodera, however, fly with their hindwings only— the elytra are fused down t...
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Acmaeodera

Acmaeodera is a genus of jewel beetle (Buprestidae) found chiefly in the Mediterranean region of Europe. They are characterized by the absence of a scutellum and by fused elytra. The larvae develop in oak.
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