Author 'Boucher Marc dit de Meilh' (Id 142448 ) : Mylabris (insect Coleoptera) found on flowers and leaves of brambles in the edge of the old pond. This insect likes the pollen grains and its larva. It thus becomes a pest in some crops and producers ... It is sometimes called 'sucker' because of that. Although it passes for a 'lazy' ... I think with what he has on the body and what he wears on his back: it's enough!. Do not you see lice or aphids that assail? ... It was covered! I do not know why actually? Perhaps a species of honeydew, which sticks to the skin or is it outright 'eat' these critters Huh I did three shots but with great difficulty. On the one hand, place inaccessible under bushes, nettles, moats, spider webs and the creature open hands and faces ... A light non-ideal. There ... Marc Boucher said Meilhan.