Lendal Bridge to Water End
The tansy beetle is a leaf beetle that apparently seldom fly. They measure 7.7 to 10.5mm in length. Sadly they are in short supply. They are called Tansy Beetles because of the Tansy plants that they enjoy and thrive upon. The most notable characteristic of course is the vibrant, shiny, metalic covering they have.
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