MACROCHERAIA LOHITAS GRANDIS
Species M. Grandis
Lohita grandis is a beautiful big red bug with black marks. She is from Asia and is very popular with insect lovers. In this species, the body and antennae of the male are much longer than those of the female. This bug attacks several economically important plants, including cotton.
Physopeltinae is a subfamily of insects within the family Largidae, or bordered plant bugs.
Largidae is a family of insects within the order Hemiptera. They are commonly known as bordered plant bugs because many have contrasting coloured edges to their hemelytra. There are fifteen genera and about one hundred species. They are mostly wide-bodied, have no ocelli and have a four-segmented rostrum. The bugs in this family are generally ground-dwelling or they scramble around in plants, bushes and trees. They are phytophagous, feeding on plant juices and seeds.