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Statistics of barcoding coverage: Protaetia affinis

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Protaetia affinis

Protaetia affinis is a species of beetle of the family Scarabaeidae.

Distribution[edit]

It is very common in Southern and Central Europe. It prefers continental climate.

Appearance[edit]

Protaetia affinis is usually 25–30 mm long, with a thick-set body. Both sides of its body are metallic emerald. The elytra have very small punctures, and no horizontal striae. The legs are also green, with white stripes.

Lifestyle[edit]

Adults only occasionally visit flowers. It is more frequently found at trees with juicy fruits.

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