Garden beetles, also called June beetles, look like cockchafer, but are pests. You can get rid of them by preventing, setting up traps or using natural predators.
The garden beetle: a pest
You may know the garden leaf beetle (Phyllopertha horticola) under the name Junikäfer. It looks very similar to the cockchafer and is sometimes called the little rose beetle. The body of the garden beetle is flatter than the cockchafer. The beetles fly between late May and late June. Then the cycle starts all over again and the females lay their eggs so that new larvae can hatch in July.