Length: 5-6 mm
This beetle is found almost exclusively on Asiatic Dayflower and a few other members of the Spiderwort family. While larvae have been successful reared in the laboratory on a diet of lettuce, in the wild they seem to feed exclusively on Spiderworts.
Right: The legs and antennae are dark. Each elytron has a humeral spot plus two others; these other two spots are often joined across the suture. The elytra are a shiny red-orange and have regular rows of deep punctures.
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