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In the 1990s it was discovered that the beetle known as Oulema melanopus in the UK was in fact two very similar species: O. melanopus and O. rufocyanea. They need dissecting in order to tell them apart, but both seem to be widespread. They feed on cereal crops, especially wheat, and sometimes on wild grasses also.
Entomologist and biological recorder
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Lat/Lng: 51.7, -5.2
OS grid ref: SM7908