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Other beetlePseudolycus haemorrhoidalis

Lycid-mimic beetle

Family Oedemeridae.

These beetles appear to form part of a 'mimicry ring' of diverse insects that apparently mimic distasteful Net-winged beetles (Porrostoma spp., family Lycidae) to obtain protection by disguise from predators such as birds. However, some of the 'mimics' may themselves also be distasteful.

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Pseudolycus haemorrhoidalis (Lycid-mimic beetle) at Brogo, NSW - 1 Jan 2017
Pseudolycus haemorrhoidalis (Lycid-mimic beetle) at Brogo, NSW - 1 Jan 2017

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Max Campbell, Brogo (Pseudolycus haemorrhoidalis)

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