Chalcothea is a genus of flower chafers belonging to the family scarab beetles.
These beetles can reach a length of 20–25 millimetres (0.79–0.98 in). The body is oblong, with distinct "neck" between head and pronotum. Elytra are metallic green and much broader than pronotum.
Species within this genus are present in the Southeast Asia.
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