At 5 to 9 mm in length, this species is larger than most members of the Pleasing Fungus Beetle family. Look for the four dark spots on the pronotum. The many spots on the elytra often merge to form black bands. As with other members of the family, the apical three antennal segments form a club. This beetle is reasonably common, typically found feeding in groups on fungi that is growing under bark.
Cumberland Trail, Ashland City, Tennessee.