|Described as a pest species by some authorities, this beautiful leaf beetle seems common in the Sherwood Forest area of the county. With a length of around 6mm, Oulema rufocyanea feeds on grasses and cereal crops and is probably common throughout most of Nottinghamshire. This adult was photographed on Budby Common in April 2006.|
|UK distribution of Oulema rufocyanea|
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