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This small convex and highly glossy ladybird beetle is quite common on Acacia and a significant predator of aphids and other hemipteran plant parasites.
At first glance it might seem that Paropsisterna octosignita is a mimic of this species but many details are not consistent. This beetle is much smaller, host species differ and this beetle is diurnal.