Belair National Park InsectsBeetles Butterflies and Moths

The Belair National Park and the wider Belair region is home to many insect species such as beetles, butterflies and moths. Check out some of the species seen in the region and come back as we add more…

Following photographic selection of insects by Marianne Broug

Jewel Beetle Castiarina xanthopilosa © Marianne Broug
Jewel Beetle Castiarina xanthopilosa © Marianne Broug
Austral Ellipsidion (Ellipsidion australe), Belair SA © Marianne Broug
Austral Ellipsidion (Ellipsidion australe), Belair SA © Marianne Broug
Jewel Beetle Castiarina media © Marianne Broug
Jewel Beetle Castiarina media © Marianne Broug
Golden Stag Beetle (Lamprima aurata), Belair SA © Marianne Broug
Golden Stag Beetle (Lamprima aurata), Belair SA © Marianne Broug
Large Spotted Ladybird (Harmonia conformis), Belair SA © Marianne Broug
Large Spotted Ladybird (Harmonia conformis), Belair SA © Marianne Broug
Hoshihananomia leucosticta, Belair SA © Marianne Broug
Hoshihananomia leucosticta, Belair SA © Marianne Broug

See Marianne Broug website Marianne Broug Photography and Insects of Belair National Park that include chapters of work in progress and downloadable PDFs.


  • Scientific classification
  • Kingdom: Animalia
  • Phylum: Arthropoda
  • Subphylum: Hexapoda
  • Class: Insecta
    • Informal:
      • Apterygotes
      • Pterygotes
    • Subclass:
      • Archaeognatha
      • Dicondylia

Footnote & References

  1. Photographs © Marianne Broug
  2. Insects of Belair National Park by Marianne Broug

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