A flying beetle, the adult and larva of which can be very destructive to foliage and plant roots respectively
US the beetle Anomala oblivia of North America, which is a pest of conifers.
A brilliant green or copper-colored day-flying chafer (beetle) that feeds on roses and other flowers. The larvae typically live in rotting timber
A small brown and metallic-green chafer which sometimes swarms in sunshine and may damage pasture and fruit crops
A hairy Eurasian beetle, Amphimallon solstitiale (family Scarabaeidae), which resembles a small cockchafer and flies at dusk in midsummer; also called midsummer chafer.