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. Body length approx. 4mm.

Early October 2020
Bridport
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IMG 5443  IMG 5444  IMG 5445

Male
Knocklofty Reserve, Hobart/nipaluna
Early December 2013
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Female
Early December 2013
Mount Wellington, kunanyi
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Late September 2016
Bridport Wildflower Reserve
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Early November 2019
Don Reserve, Devonport
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Early October 2023
Ridgeway
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IMG 7973