Male Theodosia viridiaurata, copyright Alexey Yakovlev.

Belongs within: Cetoniinae.

Theodosia is a genus of scarabaeid beetles found in southeast Asia, with males bearing long, curved cephalic and thoracic horns projecting anteriorly along the midline (Bouchard 2014).

<==Theodosia B14
    |--T. antoinei B14
    |--T. chewi B14
    |--T. howitti B14
    |--T. katsurai B14
    |--T. magnifica B14
    |--T. maindroni B14
    |--T. miyashitai B14
    |--T. nobuyukii B14
    |--T. perakensis B14
    |--T. pilosipygidialis B14
    |--T. rodorigezi B14
    |--T. telifer B14
    `--T. viridiaurata (Bates 1889) B14

*Type species of generic name indicated


[B14] Bouchard, P. (ed.) 2014. The Book of Beetles: A lifesize guide to six hundred of nature's gems. Ivy Press: Lewes (United Kingdom).

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