Inca clathrata is a species of flower chafer in the family Scarabaeidae, indigenous to Central and South America. These beetles can be seen surrounding the sap flows from injured or diseased trees. They mostly feed at the sap flows of the trees, including avocado and mango trees (yes, they know guac is extra). They beetles also display what is called sexual dimorphism which is the distinct difference in size or appearance between the sexes in addition to difference between the sexual organs themselves. "His" and "Hers" holds a lot of weight for these little beetles.
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