The species name multiseriatus means “many rows”, referring to the rows of punctures on the elytra.
What does Anoplognathus multiseriatus look like?
Green to dark red or brown. Underside green to dark red or brown; thorax with dense, long, erect, white hair, except on midline; abdomen with sparse, short, flat, white hair. Legs red brown; tarsi black, with green reflections.
Where is Anoplognathus multiseriatus found?
South QLD Coast, below Bundaberg.
What species are similar to Anoplognathus multiseriatus?
Anoplognathus multiseriatus is somewhat similar in size and shape to A. prasinus, but are darker with no cream to brown border on the margins and suture of its elytra.