Cadmus (Lachnabothra) tasmaniae

Cadmus (Lachnabothra) tasmaniae
The adults can be variously marked with darker areas. Females are around 5-6mm, with the males being around 4.5-5.0mm. Females have irregularly bumpy pronotums that for the large part evenly decline towards the head, and with antennae shorter than their bodies. The males have pronotums moderately bi-tuberculate medially such that in lateral view a raised portion is distinguished midway towards the head, and have antennae longer than their bodies.

Female
Mid March 2009
Peter Murrell Reserve, Blackmans Bay
Photos KE
 

Female
Early April 2012
Knocklofty Reserve, Hobart
Photos KE
 

Late April 2014
Knocklofty Reserve, Hobart, nipaluna
Photos KE

  

Female
Early January 2014
Mount Wellington, kunanyi
Photos AD

Male
Mid February 2014
Knocklofty Reserve, Hobart, nipaluna
Photos KE

    

Female
Early April 2016
Knocklofty Reserve, Hobart, nipaluna
Photos KE
      

Late January 2024
pinmatik/Rocky Cape National Park
Photo KE

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