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Fierce looking, 6-8 mm sized beetle with thorns on the back.
It was found in a semi-urban area (airstrip) with a lot of meter high grass and bushes.
The subfamily Attelabinae are the true leaf rollers. The female cuts slits into leaves to deposit her eggs, and rolls that part of the leaf in which the larvae will feed.