The smallest Goliathus species.
Elytral markings generally consist of a series of undulating, horizontal
black bands. There are two varieties - G. a. albosignatus
and G. a. kirkianus.
Considered to be one of the less often
encountered species, although locally common in some parts of its range.
It is known to congregate on Marula trees (Sclerocarya birrea caffra),
and has been observed feeding at sap flows on Acacia.
Countries of origin:
Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania