Real Camellia Shield Bug specimen encased in indestructible,transparent acrylic keychain.
Length of the bug from head to bottom is 1.7 cm. Size of the acrylic block is 3.5x2.5x1.8 cm. Weight of the key holder is 20 g. It is a beautiful key holder and is also a very good collectible item for every body.
Camellia Shield Bug (Poecilocoris latus,family Pentatomidae, order Hemiptera) is a very attractive and spectacular shield bug to be found on the foliage of Camellia and tea bushes on various hillside slopes in tropical and sup-tropical regions. This insect can produce strong defensive odours from their thoracic glands. Females lay clusters of barrel-shaped eggs on plants. There are five nymphal stages. Nymphs start life as herbivores but later become predators or mixed feeders.