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The metallic green color is structurally created. It comes about when circularly polarised light is reflected. It appears colorless when observed via right circularly polarised light. Regarding the white speckles or irregular white lines, they are viewed as an elliptical polarizer, characterized as left-hand and narrow-band.
 
The metallic green color is structurally created. It comes about when circularly polarised light is reflected. It appears colorless when observed via right circularly polarised light. Regarding the white speckles or irregular white lines, they are viewed as an elliptical polarizer, characterized as left-hand and narrow-band.
  
Their larvae are C-shaped. Their bodies are firm, wrinkled and hairy unilike [[Spanish Fly]] or [[Japanese Beetle]]. They have tiny legs and a small head. They appear quite fleshy and white. The head, legs, and hairs are reddish. They can grow up to 30 mm in length.
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Their larvae are C-shaped. Their bodies are firm, wrinkled and hairy. They have tiny legs and a small head. They appear quite fleshy and white. The head, legs, and hairs are reddish. They can grow up to 30 mm in length.
  
 
== Availability, Distribution and Habitat ==
 
== Availability, Distribution and Habitat ==
* The European Rose Chafer can be found amidst rose bushes during the warm, sunny summer months. They are spotted from May to July and as late as September, on rare occasions. They are fast fliers. Their wing cases are always down during flight. Their local habitat is Central and Southern Europe with [[European Rose Chafer]].
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* The European Rose Chafer can be found amidst rose bushes during the warm, sunny summer months. They are spotted from May to July and as late as September, on rare occasions. They are fast fliers. Their wing cases are always down during flight. Their local habitat is Central and Southern Europe.
 
* Can be found in the Southern parts of the United Kingdom where they have been observed to be at home in the large populace.
 
* Can be found in the Southern parts of the United Kingdom where they have been observed to be at home in the large populace.
 
* Can be seen inhabiting the countryside of Southeast Asia and Hong Kong's outlying islands.
 
* Can be seen inhabiting the countryside of Southeast Asia and Hong Kong's outlying islands.

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