genus: CAELORRHINA (syn. ECCOPTOCNEMIS) Hope 1841
species: semiviridis Bourgoin 1919
wild imago size:  25-30mm
wild imago size:  28-35mm
species: albini (Bourgoin, 1921)
origin: Uganda, Mabira forest, leg. Petr Malec 11/2006
wild imago size:  30-38mm
species: kolbei (Moser, 1902)
wild imago size:  33-39mm
sexual dimorphism: males with abdominal channel on sternits
wild habitat: genus of equatorial tropical rainforest
breeding difficulty: medium to difficult, usually the main breeding problem is pupating phase, larvae
have similiar habits like those of Tmesorrhina for example, for building their cells they request rather coarse substrate with addition
of sand or soil; unlike for Tmesorrhina pupation is often achieved and imago succesfully hatch.
Caelorrhina gracilipes ?
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