What it looks like: 3.2 to 4.9 mm in length. Its pronotum is orange to light or deep red. The elytra are dark brown to (usually) black with eight rows of punctures on each elytron.
Where you'll find it: This beetle can be found in much of the western U.S. including, in California, Stanislaus, San Luis Obispo, San Bernardino, Riverside and Santa Barbara counties.
Natural History: These leaf beetles live and feed on willow, blackberries, roses, strawberries, wild licorice and prunes.