Beetle (Chafer) Mumu (Stethaspis longicornis)
Scientific name: Stethaspis longicornis
Common name: Mumu chafer
Stethaspis longicornis is a native beetle found in the northern half of New Zealand. It can be distinguished from Stethaspis suturalis (Tanguru chafer) by the lack of a yellow stripe on its back and its more northern distribution. It flies with a buzzing sound early evening in summer. The beetle’s grubs feed on tree roots.
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