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Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann
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GOLDENROD SOLDIER BEETLE
Of the two Chauliognathus species found in Florida, and 19 species in North Amerca, C. pennsylvanicus is one of the more commonly seen of the soldier beetles.
Goldenrod soldier beetles are frequently seen during the summer and fall in meadows on flowers, such as the coastalplain tickseed shown here.
Date record last modified:
Jun 24, 2013