|A small and seemingly common beetle, distinctly shaped. Anaspis frontalis is just one of a large number of species which belong to the Scraptiidae family, many of which are difficult to identify to species. It is most frequently found on Umbelliferous flowers.|
|UK distribution of Anaspis frontalis|
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Updated September 2011
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