Chalk downland path on cliff with mixed grasses, knapweed, birdsfoot trefoil, wild carrot, etc
No interactions present.
Sorry, I should just add a clarification. The scutellum on the Noble Chafer is still triangular but is smaller and the angles are less sharp, perhaps "more rounded" was a poor choice of words.
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And the lookie-likie Cetonia cuprea is only known in the far north.
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Lat/Lng: 50.668, -1.502
OS grid ref: SZ352854