Buprestidae of South Australia
( Jewel beetles )
by Peter J. Lang
Notographus sp. Golden vittae  
subfamily  Buprestinae » tribe  Curidini » subtribe  Anilarina
Notographus sp. Golden vittae  Distinctive features

An elongate body shape with weak shiny green-gold curved vittae in a pattern reminiscent of the indented vittae of Neocuris hieroglyphicus and N. sulcipennis.


Likely to occur in WA. Possibly allied to Neocuris hieroglyphicus. Represented in SA by four specimens collected in a vehicle net from two different transects. Both were in the western part of the NW Region, and the species is likely to be present in WA.

SA Regions¹:  NW
Australian States:  WA?SA
South Australia distribution
LegendP.J.Lang collection vouchered records
other private collection or museum specimens, or sightings
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Adult activity records for Notographus sp. Golden vittae  (total of 4 beetles)
Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun
live emerged adults, count > median value of 4 per quarter month
live emerged adults, count <= median value of 4
live non-emerged adults only, for that quarter month
number of active beetles for that quarter month
¹ LegendregionsSA State Herbarium regions (map)
EA: Eastern, EP: Eyre Peninsula, FR: Flinders Ranges, GT: Gairdner-Torrens, KI: Kangaroo Island, LE: Lake Eyre, MU: Murray, NL: Northern Lofty, NU: Nullarbor, NW: North-Western, SE: South-Eastern, SL: Southern Lofty, YP: Yorke Peninsula