The genus Oxythyrea consists of a number of chafer beetle species. Members are typically about 10-15 mm in size, and are usually black with white dots or lines on the thorax, elytra, and abdomen; each species has its own distinctive pattern. Oxythyrea are active during the day, and are often found on flowers, feeding.
- Oxythyrea abigail
- Oxythyrea albopicta
- Oxythyrea cinctella
- Oxythyrea cinctelloides
- Oxythyrea densata
- Oxythyrea dulcis
- Oxythyrea funesta
- Oxythyrea groenbechi
- Oxythyrea guttifera
- Oxythyrea noemi
- Oxythyrea pantherina
- Oxythyrea producta
- Oxythyrea subcalva
- Oxythyrea tripolitana
Some of the species are often classified in a closely related genus Leucocelis.
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