Aporocera (Aporocera) viridis

The specific name, “viridis”, refers to the typical male form of being metallic green. The female is more commonly a copper colour. Some have a purple or blue gloss either fully or in part. Bodylength approx. 4mm.

Early October 2020
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Knocklofty Reserve, Hobart/nipaluna
Early December 2013


Early December 2013
Mount Wellington, kunanyi

Late September 2016
Bridport Wildflower Reserve

Early November 2019
Don Reserve, Devonport

Late December 2020
Mount Field National Park
Two individuals.
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