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Cetonia Aurata Collection

The Rose chafer (Cetonia aurata) is a stunning beetle that can be rarely seen as the green rose chafer

Background imageCetonia Aurata Collection: Cetoine doree on a tulip - Rose beetle, Cetonia aurata, on a tulip

Cetoine doree on a tulip - Rose beetle, Cetonia aurata, on a tulip. Handcoloured copperplate engraving drawn
FLO4562372 Cetoine doree on a tulip - Rose beetle, Cetonia aurata, on a tulip. Handcoloured copperplate engraving drawn and etched by Jacob l'Admiral in Naauwkeurige Waarneemingen omtrent de

Background imageCetonia Aurata Collection: Rose chafer (Cetonia aurata) feeding on Rock rose (Cistus x hybridus) pollen

Rose chafer (Cetonia aurata) feeding on Rock rose (Cistus x hybridus) pollen. Cuts in petals where chafers legs were inserted to prevent it from falling off. In garden, Surrey, England, UK. June

Background imageCetonia Aurata Collection: P2A1798

P2A1798
Rose Chafer - on garden flower, North Hessen, Germany Date: 11-Feb-19

Background imageCetonia Aurata Collection: P2A1797

P2A1797
Rose Chafer - on garden flower, North Hessen, Germany Date: 11-Feb-19

Background imageCetonia Aurata Collection: Lampyris beetle, rove beetle, Staphylinus erythropterus 2, Staphylinus species 3

Lampyris beetle, rove beetle, Staphylinus erythropterus 2, Staphylinus species 3, Ampedus sanguineus 4
6337003 Lampyris beetle, rove beetle, Staphylinus erythropterus 2, Staphylinus species 3, Ampedus sanguineus 4, Silpha pedemonta 5, Temnoscheila virescens 6, and rose chafer

Background imageCetonia Aurata Collection: Rose chafer (Cetonia aurata) feeding on Caucasian peony (Paeonia mlokosewitschii) pollen

Rose chafer (Cetonia aurata) feeding on Caucasian peony (Paeonia mlokosewitschii) pollen. Surrey, England, UK. May

Background imageCetonia Aurata Collection: Rose chafer (Cetonia aurata) viewed from above, Fliess, Naturpark Kaunergrat, Tirol

Rose chafer (Cetonia aurata) viewed from above, Fliess, Naturpark Kaunergrat, Tirol, Austria, July 2008. WWE OUTDOOR EXHIBITION. NOT AVAILABLE FOR GREETING CARDS OR CALENDARS

Background imageCetonia Aurata Collection: Rosechafer (Cetonia aurata) on Dog rose (Rosa canina) flower, East Slovakia, Europe

Rosechafer (Cetonia aurata) on Dog rose (Rosa canina) flower, East Slovakia, Europe, June 2008

Background imageCetonia Aurata Collection: Rose chafer (Cetonia aurata) or rarely as the green rose chafer, is a beetle that

Rose chafer (Cetonia aurata) or rarely as the green rose chafer, is a beetle that
Rose chafer (Cetonia aurata) is a beetle that has metallic green coloration. Capable of very fast flight, they do it with their wing cases down thus resembling a bumble bee

Background imageCetonia Aurata Collection: Beetles

Beetles
illustration of a Beetles

Background imageCetonia Aurata Collection: Rose chafer -Cetonia aurata- on a daisy -Leucanthemum vulgare-

Rose chafer -Cetonia aurata- on a daisy -Leucanthemum vulgare-

Background imageCetonia Aurata Collection: Rose chafer beetle

Rose chafer beetle
Rose chafer (Cetonia aurata) beetle feeding on flowers. Photographed in France


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The Rose chafer (Cetonia aurata) is a stunning beetle that can be rarely seen as the green rose chafer. With its vibrant metallic colors, it is a sight to behold as it feeds on Rock rose (Cistus x hybridus) pollen. This magnificent creature stands out among other beetles like Lampyris beetle, rove beetle, Staphylinus erythropterus 2, Staphylinus species 3, Ampedus sanguineus 4, Silpha pedemonta 5, Temnoscheila virescens 6 and even the rose chafer itself. Intriguingly captured in various photographs such as P2A1798 and P2A1797, this Cetonia aurata showcases its elegance while feasting on Caucasian peony (Paeonia mlokosewitschii) pollen. Its beauty is not limited to its feeding habits; when viewed from above in Fliess, Naturpark Kaunergrat in Tirol or perched delicately on a Dog rose (Rosa canina) flower in East Slovakia, Europe. Beetle enthusiasts are captivated by the Rose chafer's enchanting presence. Its interaction with nature evokes awe and wonderment for both scientists and admirers alike. Whether spotted gracefully hovering over daisies like Leucanthemum vulgare or simply existing as a solitary being exploring the world around it – this charismatic insect never fails to leave an impression. The Rose chafer beetle truly embodies nature's artistry at its finest.