LAT, LON: 54.5416, 25.4848

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Rhogogaster punctulata is very similar to Rhogogaster viridis, but can be distinguished by the finer black markings on its thorax. It flies V-VI and is found along hedgerows and woodland rides. The adult is predatory, catching small insects, but the larvae feed on a variety of tree and shrub leaves.
Rhogogaster punctulata · pjūklelis

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